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Re: [tycho-dev] Eclipse Document Bundle Mojo

Hi Jens,

IMHO, this plug-in would be a valuable add-on for Tycho. We have a separate Git repository for these kind of "Extras":  There is no explicit documentation, but the setup is similar to the main repository (see )

The next step should be to open an enhancement request in Bugzilla to track the contribution.

Looking forward to the contribution :-)

> -----Original Message-----
> From: tycho-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:tycho-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On
> Behalf Of Jens Reimann
> Sent: Mittwoch, 18. Dezember 2013 18:05
> To: tycho-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [tycho-dev] Eclipse Document Bundle Mojo
> Hi,
> due to the lack of any "out of box" solution I started working on a
> "document bundle mojo" for Eclipse Doc Bundle projects for use in the
> Eclipse SCADA project. But I think this should be a more generic
> solutions and would fit into the Tycho project.
> The idea is to create javadoc, toc files and anything else that belongs
> into a doc bundle with the fewest steps possible.
> The doc-bundle mojo is currently in the Eclipse SCADA Releng repository [1]
> and can create rudimentary javadoc documents based on a reference to one
> ore more features+plugins (Tycho: eclipse-feature, eclipse-plugin). The
> idea for the javadoc goal is that the pom based dependencies of the
> bundle make up the javadoc that is generated. A real life example is in
> on of our doc bundles: [2]
> I know that the javadoc options are pretty limited right now (compared
> to maven-javadoc and ant), but the presence of the "additionalArguments"
> parameter should compensate a little bit
> A lot of features that one would want to have from such a mojo are still
> missing, I know that. But on the other way I think that this module does
> not belong into the Eclipse SCADA releng repository, since I think that
> other projects can benefit from such a module as well.
> The most interesting feature that is missing at the moment is (imho) the
> ability to automatically link different javadocs directories with each
> other using the Eclipse help system. Manually linking works, but I would
> like to see the package-list somehow published and re-used by another
> doc bundle. Or maybe the Eclipse Help system has a way to do this?!
> Just let me know it there is interest out there to bring this module
> into a new home.
> Jens
> [1]
> bundle
> [2]
> ipse.scada.base.doc.isv/pom.xml
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