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The deliverables of the project

David Rocks
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Joined: Apr 24, 2001
Posts: 162
In the deliverables section of the spec it states that i should include a high level description of each file that i have submitted. My question really is how far do i have to take this.
I have 26 classes in my completed project under a source directory. I also have my javadocs and then my classes(which i suppose i could jar up). This could be a long tedious job. can they not look in the java docs for a description of the source?
can anybody who has completed the project tell me how they went about this. if it is not to big a job i can upload it in tomorrow.
cheers in advance
Matt DeLacey
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Joined: Oct 12, 2000
Posts: 318
I gave a one sentence description of each of the files, the exception being all the javadocs files. I just pointed them to the directory where I put them all and said these are all the docs generated by seemed like overkill to me to say
Data.html the javadoc file for class Data
FieldInfo.html the javdoc file for class FieldInfo
and so on...that's pretty self-explanatory to me.
All of the classes you have generated I think you would be wise to descibe.
With Respect,
I agree. Here's the link:
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