AlexaClientSDK  1.20.0
A cross-platform, modular SDK for interacting with the Alexa Voice Service
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This page explains how to interpret the graphs that are generated by doxygen.

Consider the following example:

/*! Invisible class because of truncation */
class Invisible { };
/*! Truncated class, inheritance relation is hidden */
class Truncated : public Invisible { };
/* Class not documented with doxygen comments */
class Undocumented { };
/*! Class that is inherited using public inheritance */
class PublicBase : public Truncated { };
/*! A template class */
template<class T> class Templ { };
/*! Class that is inherited using protected inheritance */
class ProtectedBase { };
/*! Class that is inherited using private inheritance */
class PrivateBase { };
/*! Class that is used by the Inherited class */
class Used { };
/*! Super class that inherits a number of other classes */
class Inherited : public PublicBase,
protected ProtectedBase,
private PrivateBase,
public Undocumented,
public Templ<int>
{
private:
Used *m_usedClass;
};

This will result in the following graph:

The boxes in the above graph have the following meaning:

The arrows have the following meaning:

AlexaClientSDK 1.20.0 - Copyright 2016-2020 Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. All Rights Reserved. Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0