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From "Paul J. Lucas" <pauljlu...@mac.com>
Subject Suppressing packages from javadoc
Date Wed, 09 Jan 2008 18:24:45 GMT
I want to create the javadoc for a bunch of packages except, say,  
foo.*.  I've tried various combinations of fileset, packageset,  
include, exclude, and excludepackage.  I can get foo.* excluded, but  
then javadoc gives warnings that it can't find any class under foo.*  
when other classes refer to it (as arguments, return types, or in  
javadoc).

What I want is to get rid of the warnings that it can't find foo.*  
(so, include foo.* in the packages during the javadoc run), but I  
don't want any javadoc generated for them.  Stated another way: I  
simply want to suppress javadoc generation for foo.* but have other  
classes that refer to classes under foo.* to produce javadoc without  
warning.

If there are any @link or @see tags that refer to foo.*, then I  
simply want the <a href in the generated HTML to be omitted (just  
like when javadoc doesn't  know the location of some classes).

Is this possible?  If so, how, exactly?  Thanks.

- Paul

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