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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Eclipse Juno Help

I'm not sure what kind of links you're creating here.

Sometimes, it's best to just link to the "latest" help using the tricks 
from . E.g. this link should keep working 
as long as the link target is available:

Or if your doc bundle depends on org.eclipse.platform.doc.isv, you could 
also try to use a relative reference via "PLUGINS_ROOT" as explained in 
the link above.

If this is just about creating proper links when generating Javadocs using 
javadoc.exe, then you should not link to an online help center, but use 
-linkoffline to create relative links that also work in a local install.

E.g. in /org.eclipse.jdt.doc.isv/jdtOptions.txt, we're using this:
-linkoffline ./../../../org.eclipse.platform.doc.isv/reference/api 
... but you may want to replace the second argument with a reference into 
an unzipped version of a recent org.eclipse.platform.doc.isv_*.jar


Stéphane Bouchet <stephane.bouchet@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> according to, a 
> juno help center is currently under construction.
> Le 21/05/2012 16:36, Alexander Nyßen a écrit :
> > Hi all,
> >
> > as Juno is coming nearer, I would like to ask when it is intended to 
> > up a (preliminary) Juno help page under The
> > issue I currently have is that I want to link GEF's javadoc against 
> > proper Juno platform JavaDoc, if not now then at least when producing
> > our final release (currently I am linking against the Indigo help
> > pages). IMHO this will not be possible if there is nothing online in
> > advance. Are there any concrete plans?
> >
> > Cheers,
> > Alexander

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