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Re: weird javadoc problem

From: Peter Davis <peter_at_pdavis.cx>
Date: 2003-01-06 02:21:34 CET

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On Sunday 05 January 2003 14:51, Rob Clark wrote:
> In
> the 'svn co' tree, it only shows the "Loading source files for package"
> message for the topmost directory containing src. After it says
> "Constructing Javadoc information", it parses some of the files in the
> deeper directories, presumably following references to those classes
> from the classes in the package that was parsed. Seems strange.
> Maybe ROT-13'ing the filenames under the .svn directory would do the
> trick?

I wonder if it's actually just getting messed up at the presence of a
directory with a "." in the name, since that would not be a valid Java
package name. In your "svn export"ed tree, can you create an empty
directory called ".svn" in each of the directories and see if it makes a
difference? (Just brainstorming here...)

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Peter Davis
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