Dear friends, I created a lot of java source which resides in different sub packages. e.g root - no java files pack1 -- some java files subpack2 --- some java files
What is java doc command to get the complete html documentation for all java source files in all subpackages exactly like we have in jdk API documentattion. Please give me the javadoc utility command Thanks Binu
JavaDoc Instructions First you put javadoc comments in all your source files. Then you run your source files through the JavaDoc tool - ususally using a .bat or .sh file to list the commands and parameters. This is an example of a .bat file for windows
REM Sample Javadoc batch file for Windows javadoc ^ -J-Xmx100M ^ -d docs ^ -use ^ -splitindex ^ -windowtitle "Java 2 Platform v1.3 API Specification" ^ -doctitle "Java<sup><font size="-2">TM</font></sup> 2 Platform v1.3 API Specification" ^ -header "<b>Java 2 Platform </b><br><font size="-1">v1.3</font>" ^ -bottom "<font size="-1"><a href="http://java.sun.com/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi">Submit a bug or feature</a><br><br>Java is a trademark or registered trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the US and other countries.<br>Copyright 1993-2000 Sun Microsystems, Inc. 901 San Antonio Road,<br>Palo Alto, California, 94303, U.S.A. All Rights Reserved.</font>" ^ -group "Core Packages" "java.*" ^ -overview i:\java\pubs\ws\1.3\src\share\classes\overview.html ^ -sourcepath i:\java\pubs\ws\1.3\src\share\classes ^ java.applet java.lang
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Thanks But it didn't work.
I want a single command recursively document all my java files resides in different subpackages which shares a common root package. Do I need to specify each package seperately? I have gone thru the entire documentaion at Sun Site. But I am still Please could any one help me in this regard? Thanks Binu
Joined: Sep 29, 2000
It is all described in the doco.
Case 1 - Run recursively starting from one or more packages - This example uses -sourcepath so javadoc can be run from any directory. It traverses the subpackages of java excluding packages rooted at java.net and java.lang. Notice this excludes java.lang.ref, a subpackage of java.lang). % javadoc -d /home/html -sourcepath /home/src -subpackages java -exclude java.net:java.lang
If it didn't work then either you are commenting the code incorrectly, or you are calling the command incorrectly.