Document your code


The documenentation for TimeWarp is generating using Doxygen. It follows in the tradition of literal programming, the goal of which is to keep documentation in the source code, when practical. This way, the documentation will not be outdated or unmaintained.

Commenting interfaces

Concise comments are prefered, as long as the explanation is correct, is not open to interpretation and does not asume extensive knowledge of other parts of the system.

By interface, we mean all content of a header file which is available from a C++ source file, and could result in compile errors if removed. When you comment a header file, you need to take care of a few, minor things in order to produce readable documentation using Doxygen. The basic guidelines for this project are:

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