This page always contains a link to the latest version of doxygen.
Sourceforge hosts a number of mailing lists to which you can subscribe for doxygen related discussion (the form above is an interface for subscribing to the announcement list).
The GIT repository for doxygen is hosted on GitHub. In this repository you can be find the latest "bleeding edge" version of doxygen.
If you have GIT installed, you should do the following to get the initial copy of the repository:
git clone https://github.com/doxygen/doxygen.git cd doxygenAfter that you can use
mkdir build cd build cmake -G "Unix Makefiles" .. makeTo force a fresh build after an earlier check-out simple remove the build directory and redo the steps above.
After the binaries have been built, you can use
make installto install them.
Public access to the GIT repository is read-only at the moment. So it is not possible to commit changes, but you can send me patches (use diff -u) if you think they should end up in the mainline, and I'll review and include them.
The latest version of doxygen is 1.8.10 (release date June 27th 2015).
If you are allergic to installers and GUIs, haven't sufficient bandwidth, or don't have administrator priviledges you can also download the 32-bit doxygen binary in a zip (4.7MB) ( ftp | http ) or the 64-bit version (5.3MB) ( ftp | http )
Alternatively you can download the files from SourceForge.
See the change log to find out what has changed. If you want to be informed about new releases fill in your email address in the form at the top of this page.
Dagobert Michelsen maintains the Solaris port of doxygen at OpenCSW.
SGI has a binary for the IRIX/mips version of doxygen on its freeware page (old)
Arnaud Bercegeay has ported doxygen to the Atari platform (old).
or, to add doxywizard as a sub-package:./configure make rpm
Most RPM based distributions have doxygen bundled. Examples are Ubuntu, SuSE and Fedora./configure --with-doxywizard make rpm
Note: I have not tested any of the RPMs myself.
Users of Debian or Ubuntu should use apt-get or dselect to install the package. The web based info for the package can be seen here.
Note: I have not tested the debian package myself.
If anyone wants to contribute a binary for another platform or packaging method, I would be happy to include (a link to) it here.
For more information about doxygen, you can go to the online documentation.