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Henrik Strand
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Joined: Jan 05, 2006
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Hi!

A question regarding the specification assignment:

You must create a full suite of documentation for the classes of the completed project.

What is a full suite?

Does this mean that the javadoc must be generated with the -private flag when running javadoc?

Note: Default mode when running javadoc is -protected.

Regards,
Henrik
Lara McCarver
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Joined: Dec 09, 2003
Posts: 118
I interpreted this to mean that you need javadoc for each package, class and method. (The doc for the package and the class is just a few lines long for each.) You don't need to use the -private flag.

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