Hi Jürgen:
If you are working with Make please look at Make DOXY 
which doesn’t work on Mac (in my case but maybe others as well)

On Macintosh there is a Doxygen download from their site.
"Doxygen-1.8.13.dmg (54.6MB) ( ftp 
<ftp://ftp.stack.nl/pub/users/dimitri/Doxygen-1.8.13.dmg> | http 
<http://ftp.stack.nl/pub/users/dimitri/Doxygen-1.8.13.dmg> )
This is a self-contained disk image, which contains the GUI frontend. 
 The binaries support the whole range of Intel CPUs (both 32 and 64 bit). “    

Basically there is a GUI front end for configuration and then a button to run 
doxygen which is included in the app.
On Mac one opens the .dmg and drags the app somewhere, usually the Application 
And then launches the app, perhaps by making it available from the dock…

To use the present Make file one would have to install doxygen itself 
somewhere, /usr/local/bin or some such place.

It would be interesting to know what other Mac users do, but I use the 
“official” one as per above….



> On Aug 6, 2017, at 2:12 PM, Juergen Sauermann <juergen.sauerm...@t-online.de> 
> wrote:
> Hi David,
> thanks, fixed in SVN 987, It has become difficult lately to check all 
> possible ./configure variants.
> But I am working on a solution.
> Best Regards,
> /// Jürgen
> On 08/06/2017 06:54 PM, David B. Lamkins wrote:
>> With the following configure options and building after a make clean, I see 
>> a lot of warnings about old-style casts:
>> On Sun, Aug 06, 2017 at 01:44:58PM +0200, Juergen Sauermann wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> I would like to inform you about 2 changes that I made in SVN 984.
>>> 1. Use of C++ casts instead of C casts
>>> I have replaced every old-style C cast by either a C++ cast 
>>> (static_cast<>(),
>>> reinterpret_cast<>(),
>>> or const_cast<>()).
>>> The reason for this change is to keep up with the changes in the C++ 
>>> language.
>>> Also, the Makefiles were changed to not allow C casts any longer.
>>> 2. APL_Float as class.
>>> I have change the code so that one can use a class  APL_Float instead of the
>>> previous typedef double APL_FLoat. An example class is provided in file
>>> APL_Float_as_class.hh and the decision if a typedef or a class shall be used
>>> is made in APL_types.hh via  #define APL_Float_is_class 0 or 1. This change
>>> simplifies, for example, the introduction of libraries for higher precision
>>> arithmetic.
>>> I hope all this still compiles on your machines. Make clean and a new ./
>>> configure is
>>> required after SVN up.
>>> Best Regards,
>>> Jürgen Sauermann

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