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From Peter Kl├╝gl <pklu...@uni-wuerzburg.de>
Subject Re: javadoc generating conventions
Date Fri, 30 Aug 2013 08:46:40 GMT
On 29.08.2013 23:40, Marshall Schor wrote:
> We have our multi-module builds set up so that
> a) Javadocs are run just for the publicly-viewable apis
> b) not run for individual sub-modules (e.g., not for uimaj-core).
> Many releases ago, we did not even publish modules (other than maven plugins) to
> maven-central - we just did binary convenience builds, and source releases,
> published to the Apache Mirroring system.
> Gradually, (as of uimaj release 2.3.1) we conformed more to the Maven normal
> conventions, and we started making our individual projects available on maven
> central, although without javadocs.
> We could "turn on" javadoc creation for individual modules (probably only under
> the -Papache-release profile, to make development builds go faster).  I think
> these would (by default - need to investigate) be "full" javadocs.
> Richard suggests we do this, I'm +0 on this (not convinced that the Javadocs are
> of actual interest to anyone, and they take up space -- but I guess that's
> old-fashioned thinking :-)).
> Other opinions?


(not that ruta has javadocs yet)


> -Marshall

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