Doxygen to the rescue

I was writing a homework from the Computer Graphics Course in C++ these days. Nearly 3000 lines of code and not all of the wanted by myself features included. The only problem was navigating through the many classes I have created (I rember that at one point I was thinking that I was using one kind of Object but this was not real).

Hopefully, I knew that doxygen can generate graphical views of the documentation. So, I’ve used another rule of my standard makefile and voila, just by using the images alone, I was able to understand where I was mistaken.

Here is one result generated by doxygen (reduced to thumbnail because of the size).

class Universe coll graph