cxref Command

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cxref is a program that generates cross-referenced documentation for C programs. It can be used to generate documentation in a variety of formats, including HTML, LaTeX, RTF, and Unix man pages. Here are some examples of how to use the cxref command in a Linux environment:

  • To generate an HTML version of the documentation for a program called “myprog.c”:
cxref -html -output myprog.html myprog.c
  • To generate a LaTeX version of the documentation for multiple C files “file1.c”, “file2.c”, “file3.c”:
cxref -latex -output myprog.tex file1.c file2.c file3.c
  • To generate man pages for a program called “myprog.c”
cxref -man -output myprog.3 myprog.c

Note that the “-output” option is used to specify the file name to which the documentation should be written, and the “-html”, “-latex”, “-man” options are used to specify the format of the documentation. It also support many more option for different type of formatting and extra details in the output. Please consult the cxref manual for more information and options available.

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