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Re: Which version of JSDoc is supported ? | eclipse.webtools split ? [message #212605] Fri, 18 April 2008 16:34 Go to next message
Nitin Dahyabhai is currently offline Nitin Dahyabhai
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Andreas M. wrote:
> the JSDoc team has rebundled their efforts at[1] and development is
> active[2] with a current release of 10 April 2008 Version 2.0 beta2.3 i
> and discussion going on at[3]. So, basically speaking, JSDoc seems being
> depracted and replaced by JSDoc2 (or JSdoc Toolkit).
>
> I did not find any mention of which version of JSdoc is supported by
> ATF/DLTK, however, I assume it may still be the early incarnation.
>
> Sadly, the folks at Aptana.com have made a fork of JSdoc and created
> their own effort, ScriptDoc[4], which adds a third version. As soon a
> developer decides to use the Aptana approach it will not be compatible
> to JSdoc2 as it seems.
> Do you people have a way to solve such issues?

I suspect that's more of a question for Aptana to answer.

> Also, I am trying to get familiar on these newsgroups. Should this
> message have gone to eclipse.technology.dltk or to eclipse.webtools?
> To me, as web-developer, who does not use any Java backends at all (I do
> webpage development with Python/Django, AJAX, sometimes only static
> stuff on generic web-servers, XUL applications, sometimes LAMP) I feel,
> that eclipse.webtools is not the right group for me, since it seems very
> Java centric. Maybe the generic group for webtools should be devided
> into eclipse.webtools.java and eclipse.webtools.generic or such in order
> to make it easy to cancel noise?
>
> Please append when quoting:
> [1] http://jsdoctoolkit.org/
> [2] http://code.google.com/p/jsdoc-toolkit/
> [3] http://groups.google.com/group/jsdoc-2
> [4] http://scriptdoc.org

Now that the JSDT is part of the main WTP build, eclipse.webtools
would be the right place for questions about JSDoc support (JSDoc
being closely tied to JavaScript sources). It's already the de
facto "generic" newsgroup as it doesn't focus on ATF or JSF. If it
appears Java-centric, I would think that has more to do with there
just being more posts on those subjects...so just post more about
what you're interested in discussing or have questions about.

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Nitin Dahyabhai
Eclipse WTP Source Editing
IBM Rational


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Nitin Dahyabhai
Eclipse WTP, IBM
Re: Which version of JSDoc is supported ? | eclipse.webtools split ? [message #212798 is a reply to message #212605] Tue, 22 April 2008 11:03 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: unknown.invalid.invalid

Nitin Dahyabhai wrote:
> Andreas M. wrote:
>> Sadly, the folks at Aptana.com have made a fork of JSdoc and created
>> their own effort, ScriptDoc[4], which adds a third version. As soon a
>> developer decides to use the Aptana approach it will not be compatible
>> to JSdoc2 as it seems.
>> Do you people have a way to solve such issues?
>
> I suspect that's more of a question for Aptana to answer.

Why? WTP not understanding ScriptDoc is not Aptana's issue. It is,
however, an Aptana issue, that they do not understand JSdoc2.

A web-developer may not want to use differently commented sources for
different environments. I use Aptana sometimes, sometimes ATF, depending
on the project-type. Still, my libs I connect to are the same.

And what about jsdoc-toolkit-2 ?

> Now that the JSDT is part of the main WTP build, eclipse.webtools would
> be the right place for questions about JSDoc support (JSDoc being
> closely tied to JavaScript sources). It's already the de facto "generic"
> newsgroup as it doesn't focus on ATF or JSF. If it appears Java-centric,

I see. But there is so much noise in there if one only wants the
Javascript stuff less the Java stuff. :-(

> [1] http://jsdoctoolkit.org/
> [2] http://code.google.com/p/jsdoc-toolkit/
> [3] http://groups.google.com/group/jsdoc-2
> [4] http://scriptdoc.org

Fup-To set.

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