Doxygen uses its own
doxygen.sty style file, but I'd like to keep the style of my document where I want to put the Doxygen's output. So I'd prefer to somehow to turn of its settings. For example, using
let command I can keep old defenitions of commands that are being redefined by
renewcommand. But what about unloading package (i.e.
sectsty) or somehow disable its commands like
I am trying to avoid any modification of
doxygen.sty because it is autogenerated, so will be overwritten next time I change my sources and therefore will need to update the docs generated by Doxygen.
-w option of
doxygen does what it exactly stated to: writes header, footer, and style to the files specified on the command line. What all these names correspon to is... well, consider the following structure of the final document (i.e.
refman.tex) the Doxygen tool produces:
- Plus, styles that are
usepackaged in the header.
What I struggle for is the body part of the document as header / footer I could provide myself, after all. I want to keep the textual structure of the document, i.e. chapters and
inputted files generated for each of the source files,
Also, there still remains the problem of redefenition of several commands (such as
subparagraph) inside the Doxygen's style file. I want to disable them to keep the style of my main document consistent.