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From Daniel John Debrunner <...@apache.org>
Subject Re: @since tags in Derby code
Date Fri, 03 Oct 2008 16:52:37 GMT
Kristian Waagan wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> In a patch I worked on, I came across JavaDoc where the first line of 
> the method documentation was "JDBC 3.0". This looks a bit odd in the 
> generated JavaDoc, so I decided to replace it with a @since tag.
> 
> When reviewing the patch, Knut Anders raised the issue of which value to 
> use for the tag.
> I used "1.4" - for Java 1.4, which was the release vehicle for JDBC 3.0.
> Knut Anders suggests using a Derby version, for instance "Derby 10.4.2.0".
> 
> There seems to be several artifacts we could version against:
>  - Derby
>  - JDBC specification
>  - Java specification
> 
> It would be nice if the community could discuss the general usage of 
> @since tags, and also which values/versions to use with it.
> Note that the tag value is "free form" - any text can be used.

Since the tag is free form and generally more information is better, I 
would think that whichever specifications and/or versions that make 
sense can be added, e.g.

   @since Derby 10.4, JDBC 4.0

Dan.

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