Ok, this is so minor.

But when comments of a function appears as hyperlink.

The comments which produce this result is:

`/** Divide a polygon by a line, to 2 polygons.`

\param polygon A number of points forming the polygon, counterclockwise. There is an edge from

last point to first point. Possible holes are clockwise.

\param l The line with equation \f$ a\cdot x+b\cdot y+c=0\f$ where \c l is the \c a, \c b, \c c

parameters.

\return An array of two polygons. First polygon is in negative semi-plane and second polygon is

in positive. Any of them (or both of them if \c polygon is ill-defined) can be empty. */

template<std::floating_point T>

std::array<std::vector<std::array<T, 2>>, 2>

divide_polygon(const std::vector<std::array<T, 2>> polygon, const std::array<T, 3> &l)

{