|Re: Custom javadoc [message #696033 is a reply to message #695866]
||Wed, 13 July 2011 06:26
| Dani Megert
Registered: July 2009
On 12.07.2011 19:10, Milan Vidakovic wrote:|
>>> I don't know of any but maybe you can write your own doclet that
>>> then interacts with JDT Core.
> Hi Dani,
> I thought javadoc doclets only helped with the "look&feel" portion of
> the javadoc experience. When standard javadoc bumps into a new custom
> keyword, or an operator overloading feature, it pops-out a compile
> error. If a simple doclet could make javadoc look past that, it would
> be a life-saver to me. Could you, please, elaborate on your
> proposition just a little bit more,
It was just a hint. I would also have to dig deeper to give more details.
> so I could start looking into it, since I've been pondering a thought
> of making a javadoc plugin for eclipse from scratch.
> Thank you
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