My company has been evaluating Confluence for documentation purposes. Currently, our documentation is based on html files which have hyper links to Doxygen generated html output. I would like to ask what would be the best way to import all of our html doc folders to Confluence.
Is there an off-the-shelf solution for this purpose? All I could find is some scripts / plugins stated in the following links which do not seem to be straightforward to use:
After some investigation and attempts, we decided not to bring the generated HTML files into Confluence. I'd be happy to discuss in depth. In the mean time, I can link you to a blog entry I wrote about what we DID do to mix Confluence and Doxygen/JSDoc HTML pages:
To create links from Confluence to the generated HTML, I created a macro that takes the classpath and classname.
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