after some IRC support chat with a new community member I found that
his use case to provide access to a set of HTML and JS files in a
folder structure was in fact the task to integrte a Doxygen
Repository of his companies coders into their new Tiki Intranet.
Doxygen is a documentation generator, a tool for
writing software reference documentation. The documentation is
written within code, and is thus relatively easy to keep up to
date. Doxygen can cross reference documentation and code, so
that the reader of a document can easily refer to the actual
Doxygen is free software, released under the terms of
the GNU General Public License version 2 (GPLv2).
Once I realised it was a Doxygen, I could manage to find an Example
Doxygen in the internet, implemented that in a local Tiki 16
(outside the Tikiroot, thus not accessible via direct links, thus
inside Tikis user-permission-management.
Next step was some CSS tweaking and woohoo it works.
Thinking further I just now tried (successfully) to integrate a
PHPdoc Repository, as Integrator was years ago coded specifically
for Doxygen, but I assumed that autogenerated Code documentation
likely has a similar structure.
And yes it does!
So Tiki Integrator now is a tool to easily and non-publicly give
access to an arbitrary number of Doxygen AND PHPdoc
Repositories. Update of the to date outdated documentation and an
article is under way.
In case some of you use other documentation creators like Javadoc,
ApiGen, etc. that generate the documentation as set of HTML files,
you might want to send me a small Demo Repository and I will try to
import that to Tiki and then, if successful document on