uploading generated html

We have some Doxygen-generated html files that we would like to make accessible through our wiki. Similar to JavaDocs, these files are inter-linked. We don't want to simply attach a zip of the files, but want to be able to open and navigate througout the files.

I can see lots of reasons why that won't work but I thought I'd ask the experts. I swear you folks are doing magic out there! :-)


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This is discussed here:


and here:


I personally prefer simple solutions, the Confluence experts will propose you some other.

Doxygen generates wonderful sites, and customizing them a little plus altering a bit the decorations on confluence would do the job for me (but this is just me!)

That is SOOOO exactly the answer I was thinking of and hoping to hear back. It seemed too simple. Now if my hosting company will allow it. :-) Thank you!!

AppFusions' plugin Doxygen for Atlassian Confluence support this need. https://www.appfusions.com/display/DOXYGEN/Home 


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