Reference Documentation is Stale



When upgrading from 1.x sdk to 2.0 the uri have changed namespace from
web::http::uri to web::uri. The chm files have not been updated to reflect this.
Closed Aug 19, 2014 at 11:27 PM by stevetgates


stevetgates wrote Mar 24, 2014 at 4:50 PM

Hi eskech,

Yes you are correct our chm file reference documentation is getting quite out dated at this point. It is from our 1.1 release. Right now we are actually working on seeing what we can do to get our reference documentation hosted somewhere do that you don't have to download the chm files and can more easily review.

You also are correct we moved the URI functionality out of the http namespace because we felt it applies to more protocols like websockets for example. I will update the release notes to reflect this.

FYI I'm changing the issue title to reflect needing to refresh the reference documentation.


stevetgates wrote Jul 11, 2014 at 2:33 AM

I'm still working getting a permanent location for hosting our reference documentation, but in the mean time I've checked in a doxygen configuration file, public_apis_doxyfile, under the Release folder in the development branch. Once you have doxygen installed execute the following to create html reference docs locally:
doxygen public_apis_doxyfile

stevetgates wrote Jul 14, 2014 at 9:52 PM

Ok it is still going to be a while until I get a permanent hosting location. In the mean time you can generate the documentation locally like I mentioned before. I also uploaded the html documentation on to CodePlex, replacing the previously used chm file.

At least now you can easily download up to date html reference documentation.


stevetgates wrote Aug 19, 2014 at 11:27 PM

Ok we now have docs hosted. I've also updated our documentation page to point to them, but they can located at the following. We will update them every release and continue to make improvements:


stevetgates wrote Aug 22, 2014 at 6:18 PM

Please note the location of the repository has moved to be under the 'Microsoft' organization:


This will the final location.