I used to write @TODO tags as JBuilder directly supported them when I was still on that one (I may still unconciously do that today). Eclipse let's you configure many different styles for specifying TODO items. In the javadocs Ant task  you can manually add support for a todo tag. I think I've used that to avoid the warnings in Barcode4J.
 http://ant.apache.org/manual/CoreTasks/javadoc.html On 14.08.2005 04:38:41 Manuel Mall wrote: > Actually when I run javadoc I get over 100 warnings. Many related to > @TODO tags, quite a about incorrect @param and some about unresolvable > @see. You want any help with fixing these? Just nominate a set of > packages you want me to look at and I will go through fixing them up > with respect to javadoc. > > Manuel > > On Sun, 14 Aug 2005 07:41 am, J.Pietschmann wrote: > > Hi devs, > > there is a @todo tag in BookmarkData.java. JavaDoc 1.4 doesn't > > know about this. > > Question: What's the current policy for marking TODO items? > > Hint: Eclipse up to 3.0 uses only TODO by default. > > > > Regards > > J.Pietschmann Jeremias Maerki