I have found Doxygen to be an excellent documentation tool for my programming project. What I wanted was to be able to integrate Doxygen with Visual Studio 2013. This can easily be achieved by the use of the ‘External Tools…’ configuration. The guide below was based on Visual Studio 2013 but previous versions all work in a very similar way.
So recently I was called upon to install and configure a Buffalo Linkstation.
I came across the following issue and decided to put this out there to help anyone else who comes across it as well as keeping the notes for myself in case it is needed again someday.
Recently I have been doing quite a bit of housekeeping on my blog as well as assisting with the creation of another site. Both are powered by WordPress and both shared the common theme of being bloated with plugins that didn’t really offer much to the site.
Disclaimer: Depending who your hosting provider is, there might be different php.ini file(s) that in other locations which are overriding the others to provide the max_upload_filesize and as a result this process may not work for you. I can confirm only that it is tested and works on DigitalOcean. Anyone else, please feel free to feedback if they test it on other hosting providers.