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From (Patrick Chanezon)
Subject Re: [PATCH] JavaDoc -group broken (1.7)
Date Fri, 07 Apr 2000 23:42:43 GMT
Thanks Matthew.
I posted a patch for javadoc the 3/27, fixing this group option, and adding
the support for multiple groups, link and linoffline options.
I received no feedback at all about it and I don't think it has been commited.

I don't know if there are archives of this list somewhere. If noit, and you're
interested in the patch, I can send it to you.


Matthew L Daniel wrote:

> I am using the CVS builds (whenever I think to update my system - damn
> NT box) and I found a little gotcha.  I used the group attribute of
> JavaDoc because I like it, but everytime I would re-ant my docs, it
> would leave out one of my packages.  Removing the group attribute caused
> the package to reappear.  So, a little -verbose (like this message) and
> I saw that group was being called with {-group "true"}, which is
> not right because group expects two params.
> My patch recognizes the syntax
> group="Group Name,*,*"
>         and converts it to the syntax
> -group "Group name" "**"
>         and, as a side effect, will still use the old format where
> group="true"
>         will result in
> -group "" ""
>   HTH,
>   -- /v\atthew
> --
> Matthew L Daniel                I amuse myself by installing multiple
> Internet Developer,             software packages on my computer and
> Still Current Development, Inc. then watch them try to kill each other.
>               -- David Fiedler
>   ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>    javadoc.patchName: javadoc.patch
>                 Type: Plain Text (text/plain)

Patrick Chanezon, Vortex - Portal/EServices Technical Lead
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