[jdom-interest] Javadocs

Stacie Clark zeclarks at sprynet.com
Fri Sep 1 17:33:02 PDT 2000

I realize that the official project JavaDocs will not be built until beta5. Rather, I
was suggesting that some users might prefer to build their own Javadocs in the
interim. The comments may be out of date but the api at least can be easily studied.
Since some of the users that have asked about the Javadocs have also said that they
are newbies to JDOM and some new to Java, it seemed reasonable to give them a
something to make their lives a little easier.

Brett McLaughlin wrote:

> Stacie Clark wrote:
> >
> > I noticed that there have been several questions about the Javadocs
> > being out of date.  I have a couple of bat files that live at the same
> > level as build files and will recurse through the directory structure
> > and build javadocs on the fly.  The bat files rely upon a java class
> > called JavadocRecurse that I found on the  Javadoc FAQ
> > (http://java.sun.com/products/jdk/javadoc/faq.html#recursesource)
> > (Kudos to James Schriever (jamess at sterwent.com), Sterling Wentworth
> > Corporation. who wrote the class). I can contribute these if anyone
> > thinks they would be useful to the project.
> Ant builds javadoc as well as building the classes. We don't update the
> Javadocs until we have milestones, so until Beta 5 comes out, there
> won't be an update.
> Thanks, though,
> Brett
> >
> > Stacie Clark
> > Senior Systems Architect
> > e-Numerate Solutions, Inc
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