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Re: weird javadoc problem

From: Peter Davis <peter_at_pdavis.cx>
Date: 2003-01-05 21:34:57 CET

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On Sunday 05 January 2003 12:23, Rob Clark wrote:
> The problem doesn't
> occur if I 'svn export', so I'm assuming that javadoc is getting
> tripped up over something in the .svn directories.

What version of svn are you using? Not too long ago, the text-base files
in .svn/ used the same filenames as the actual files, ie., they would end
with ".java" and trip up tools that looked for "*.java". Now they have an
".svn-base" extension.

The change was intended to solve exactly that type of problem. If your
.svn/ directory contains ".java", then upgrade and see if it still doesn't
work. If not, then, um, we'll have to figure this out. For starters, use
the "-verbose" flag to javadoc and see if you can glean something, or post
the output here.

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Peter Davis
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