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From bugzi...@apache.org
Subject [Bug 1304] Changed - Link tag for javadoc must be conditional
Date Wed, 11 Apr 2001 09:39:03 GMT
http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=1304

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*** 37,40 ****
  </target>
  
  That should do what you want (although it's a little bit more typing and you 
! get nearly duplicate targets)
--- 37,60 ----
  </target>
  
  That should do what you want (although it's a little bit more typing and you 
! get nearly duplicate targets)
! 
! ------- Additional Comments From boris@i3.informatik.rwth-aachen.de  2001-04-11 02:39 -------
! No I didn't but the problem with such a soulution is that it would be 
! exponentially raise the number of targets which is not desirable. 
! 
! An example: You want links to J2SEE, J2EE, Log4j and Xerces documentation. 
! Someone might be interested in all and antoher one wants to skip Log4j and 
! Xerces. Now you have a real problem.
! 
! So I suggest to add an `if' attribute like the one used in `target'. Since it
! should be possible to change the property from the outside and an empty URL is
! acceptable from my point of view to indicate that a javadoc is not installed we 
! need some to identify an empty property with a not-defined property (maybe 
! that's already the case, I don't know).
! 
! It may also be a good idea to allow the definition of a well-known URL for 
! javadoc's which is used if you have web access and the property isn't defined. 
! I'd like to make a difference between the well-known URL and a custom one 
! because some people (like me) tend to have the javadoc's installed localy. But I
! think this is gold-plating and not really necessary.

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