|Custom javadoc [message #691375]
||Fri, 01 July 2011 10:31
| Milan Vidakovic
Registered: July 2011
I've been extensively modifying jdt.core plugin, including the grammar itself. It has come to a point where I need to be able to present the users with an ability to use javadoc tool. The trouble is that javadoc is an outside tool that is oblivious to the newly introduced grammar changes, and the whole process of generating the documentation fails. Such a thing happens due to the fact that javadoc uses the standard javac compiler instead of the modified grammar inside jdt.core. The question is, can you recommend an open-source javadoc-like plugin for eclipse, and is there even such a thing?
Thank you, good people.
|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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