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From bugzi...@apache.org
Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 10510] - Javadoc with nested fileset does not produce package list
Date Mon, 22 Jul 2002 08:38:15 GMT
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Javadoc with nested fileset does not produce package list





------- Additional Comments From liz.keogh@iplbath.com  2002-07-22 08:38 -------
Jake, I was using nested filesets, not packagesets. Here's an extract from a 
build.xml file I've just run (using Ant 1.5 release now - it wasn't available 
when I listed the bug):

    <target name="javadoc"
            description="Create JavaDoc">
        <mkdir dir="javadoc" />
        <javadoc sourcepath="source"
                 destdir="javadoc"
                 classpathref="source.classpath"
                 Overview="overview.html"
                 Doctitle="Java Documentation"
                 Windowtitle="Java Documentation"
                 Private="no">             
        </javadoc>
    </target>

    <target name="extjavadoc"
            description="Create JavaDoc">
        <mkdir dir="extjavadoc" />
        <javadoc destdir="extjavadoc"
                 classpathref="source.classpath"
                 Overview="overview.html"
                 Doctitle="Java Documentation"
                 Windowtitle="Java Documentation"
                 Private="no">
            <fileset dir="source">
                <include name="**/*.java" />
                <include name="**/*Test*.java" />
                <include name="**/*Mock*.java" />
                <include name="**/*Helper*.java" />
                <exclude name="**/supporttools/**/*.java" />
            </fileset>
        </javadoc>
    </target>

The first of these works fine; produces javadocs as expected.

The second of these produces javadocs which are missing the list of packages 
which normally appears in a frameset in the top-left corner of the index 
frameset (index.html). This list is normally in the "overview-frame.html" file, 
which is missing. The javadocs are not easy to use without it.

Hope this explains it better.

Liz.

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