Forgot to add: Anything else you would like me to clean up?

Manuel

On Mon, 15 Aug 2005 10:11 am, Manuel Mall wrote:
> On Mon, 15 Aug 2005 03:18 am, J.Pietschmann wrote:
> > Manuel Mall wrote:
> > > Actually when I run javadoc I get over 100 warnings.
> >
> > I started at 156 :-)
> >
> > > You want any help with fixing these?
> >
> > The biggest problem are the warnings about not finding Ant and
> > Jimi stuff. I read the Ant task description and the original
> > JavaDoc description from Sun, and still have no idea how to
> > get rid of them. The Ant jar should be in the classpath,
> > unless I'm greatly mistaken, as the javadocs task uses
> > the same class path reference as the compile task.
>
> Joerg, (sorry my keyboard doesn't have the 'umlaut' as a key)
>
> when I run the ant task under Linux ant runs javadoc as a separate
> process (external program) which means it wouldn't get the same
> classpath environment as <javac> which runs within ant and therefore
> gets access to the ant.jar. Seems like one would need to include
> ant.jar in the classpath definition of the <javadoc> task.
>
> > Another uncreative task: fix the Checkstyle complaints for
> > Constants.java :-)
>
> Done that and will e-mail it to you separately.
>
> Manuel
>
> > J.Pietschmann

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