# Where is refman.tex? [closed]

I am extremely new to tex ( a few days). I spent almost two days last week trying to get `pdf` output for my C# project using the Doxygen wizard and some tutorials online namely the one here http://users.ecs.soton.ac.uk/srg/softwaretools/document/install/

I got it working, came in this morning and `refman.tex` is no longer being generated. I have uninstalled everything and reinstalled it. I get `html` output, `xml` and `tex` files are generated but there is no `refman.tex` so I can't run the batch file to generate the pdf which is actually what I need. There are also no errors in the log.

My setup is

1. Windows 7 64bit
2. MikTex 2.9 (full installation with the `epstopdf.exe` replaced with `epstopdf.bat` as in the link above.
3. Ghostscript 9 (bin path setup in environment variables)
4. Doxygen 1.8.2

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Welcome to TeX.sx! I don't really see any TeX in the question: for those of us who don't really know Doxygen, some more information would be useful. Nothing to do with your issue, but that link about `epstopdf` is out of date: I would not remove `epstopdf.exe`. – Joseph Wright Aug 21 '12 at 9:04
Your `doxygen` configuration works in my Windows machine (32bit, TL2012, `doxygen` 1.8.2) and I get `refman.tex` as expected inside the `latex` directory. I tested with a sample Java project of mine, I wonder if `doxygen` requires a certain specific configuration for handling C# files. – Paulo Cereda Aug 21 '12 at 14:38