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From Paul Hammant <Paul_Hamm...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: javadoc - can I help?
Date Thu, 10 Jan 2002 15:17:02 GMT

Feel free to supply Javadoc comments or anything.  A 'unitied diff' is 
the best way, just email them to this list.  

- Paul

>Just joined the list, just starting to look at the project. This is great
>stuff. My one complaint right now is the javadoc. It seems that most things
>I look up have the bare-bones (read "none") javadoc entries. For instance,
>today I was looking at the excaliber pool implementations to see what
>happens when I try to get something from a Pool where all resources are
>already taken up - does it block or does it return immediately with a null
>(or do either - right now I need the latter behavior)? But the javadoc for
>Pool's get() reads:
> get
> public Poolable get()
>             throws java.lang.Exception
> java.lang.Exception
>So what I'd be willing to take on, unless someone else is doing this, is a
>first pass at writing some real javadoc for some of this stuff, since I
>figure I will dig into the code anyway.
>I'm new to jakarta and avalon, so like I said I don't know the procedures,
>so if I am way off base. my apologies. Elsewise, is this an idea and, if so,
>how should I start?
>john guthrie
>american institutes for research
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