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Re: weird javadoc problem

From: Peter Davis <peter_at_pdavis.cx>
Date: 2003-01-06 08:02:13 CET

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On Sunday 05 January 2003 17:47, Rob Clark wrote:
> hmm, looks like you are right. And not only that, but .cvs directories
> cause the same problem. I guess there isn't much svn could do to work
> around that

Well, I suppose I've never noticed this problem before because I always
have used tools like Ant that pass the list of .java files explicitely.

So instead of just running "javadoc [package-dirs]", you could try doing
"javadoc package/Class1.java package2/Class2.java ...". On Unix, use
something like "javadoc $(find . -name "*.java")".

Or, use Ant or some other tool to do it for you.

HTH!

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Peter Davis
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