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Import Doxygen documentation to Confluence



I have been doing some research on how to import Doxygen documentation into Confluence. I have read some answers like [this] and I tried doing the answer from Bob Swift from that question, but it is not working for me. I am placing the html folder from Doxygen in the <installdir>/confluence. But I'm not being able to access the files and create the link to the index.html file.

Anyone has done that?

I also considered to use the AppFusion, but the thing is that we are generating the Doxygen files in Bamboo from the latest master, and from what I've seen AppFusion i cannot update an already imported doxygen and also there is no API so I can do it from Bamboo.

If anybody has come through this and has any solution, I'd be glad to hear it.



Rafael Andrioli Bauer

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