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Remove unneeded references to the \date command

Bradlee Speice 7 years ago
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examples/cva-input.c View File

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 /** \file cva-input.c
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  * \brief The cva-input program to demonstrate Libcvautomation's XTest functionality
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  * \author Bradlee Speice <bspeice@uncc.edu>
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  */
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 /* The biggest purpose of documenting this code is to trick doxygen into making a man page for it. */
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 /** \page cva-input
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  *
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  * \author Bradlee Speice <bspeice@uncc.edu>
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  * \section usage Usage:
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  * This program works kind of like a mini-language. All options are parsed left-to-right, and executed right there. Thus, specifying "--display" at different places in the options will cause this program to use the most recent given display.
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  * The return code is 1 if there are no commands given, or if all commands fail. It is 0 otherwise.

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examples/cva-match.c View File

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 /** \file cva-match.c
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  * \brief The cva-input program to demonstrate Libcvautomation's XTest functionality
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  * \author Bradlee Speice <bspeice@uncc.edu>
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  */
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 /* The biggest purpose of documenting this code is to trick doxygen into making a man page for it. */
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 /** \page cva-match
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  *
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  * \author Bradlee Speice <bspeice@uncc.edu>
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  * \section usage Usage:
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  * This program uses OpenCV in order to recognize an image within an image. The return code is 0 for at least one successful match, and 1 otherwise.
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include/libcvautomation/libcvautomation-opencv.h View File

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  * \brief The source code to access libcv from inside libcvautomation.
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  * \details This source file builds in the necessary functionality to use libcv functions inside libcvautomation.
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  * \author Bradlee Speice
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  */
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 /** \page libcvautomation_search_methods Libcv Search Methods

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include/libcvautomation/libcvautomation-xlib.h View File

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  * \brief The source code to access Xlib from inside libcvautomation
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  * \details This source file builds in the necessary functionality to use xlib functions inside libcvautomation.
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  * \author Bradlee Speice
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 /** \fn Display* cvaOpenDisplay ( char *displayName );

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include/libcvautomation/libcvautomation-xtest.h View File

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  * \brief The source code to access the XTest extension inside libcvautomation
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  * \details This source file builds in the necessary functionality to drive the X11 server in libcvautomation
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  * \author Bradlee Speice
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  */
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 /** \page xtest_key_strings XTest Key Strings

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include/libcvautomation/libcvautomation.h.in View File

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  * \brief The top-level include for all projects involving libcvautomation
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  * \details This source file includes all other files needed for libcvautomation projects, and also defines the cvautomationList and cvaPoint structs to be used among libcvautomation functions.
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  * \author Bradlee Speice
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  */
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 /** \mainpage Libcvautomation
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  * \author Bradlee Speice <<a href="mailto:bspeice@uncc.edu">bspeice@uncc.edu</a>>
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  * \section intro Introduction
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  * Welcome to Libcvautomation!
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  * Libcvautomation is a GUI automation and testing tool based on image recognition and response. This program was designed as a direct replacement for <a href="http://sikuli.org">Sikuli</a> and <a href="https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Xpresser">Xpresser</a>. I was having incredible difficulty getting either of these solutions to work - Sikuli would crash whenever I tried to take a screenshot, and Xpresser was both too new for our Prominent North American Enterprise Linux systems, but also didn't work or \c import correctly. I really liked the way each of these programs approached GUI automation, but they simply didn't work. Additionally, I wanted to create a simple solution - it does what you want it to, and that's it.
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 /** \page libcvautomation
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  * \author Bradlee Speice <<a href="mailto:bspeice@uncc.edu">bspeice@uncc.edu</a>>
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  * \section intro Introduction
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  * Welcome to Libcvautomation!
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  * Libcvautomation is a GUI automation and testing tool based on image recognition and response. This program was designed as a direct replacement for <a href="http://sikuli.org">Sikuli</a> and <a href="https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Xpresser">Xpresser</a>. I was having incredible difficulty getting either of these solutions to work - Sikuli would crash whenever I tried to take a screenshot, and Xpresser was both too new for our Prominent North American Enterprise Linux systems, but also didn't work or \c import correctly. I really liked the way each of these programs approached GUI automation, but they simply didn't work. Additionally, I wanted to create a simple solution - it does what you want it to, and that's it.
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 /** \page writing_app_tests Writing Application Tests
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  * \author Bradlee Speice <<a href="mailto:bspeice@uncc.edu">bspeice@uncc.edu</a>>
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  * \section audience Audience
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  * <ul>
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  * <li>This document was written for people with some intermediate knowledge of BASH.

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