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List what file(s) an identifier was declared in?

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I'm using Doxygen to help me figure out some library code. There's an enum I know I need to use, but I don't know which file it's declared in.

Searching for that identifier in Doxygen yields the page for the whole namespace in which it is declared. If I click on it in the summary at the top of the page, to go to the detailed info, I get only the signature and table of what's in the enum.

Doxygen entry for an enum

Is there any way to make it also show which file(s) the enum was declared in?

For classes that have their own page, there is indeed text at the bottom saying "The documentation for this class was generated from the following files:" and then a list of the relevant files, and that's very useful. enums and the like do not get their own page, however.

In this case I'll probably end up just using a tool like grep to find it, but if anyone knows a way to get this info to show up in the Doxygen output that would be super helpful.

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