jdic
  1. jdic
  2. JDIC-74

package.html causes spurious javadoc output

    Details

    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: current
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: JDIC API general
    • Labels:
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    • Environment:

      Operating System: All
      Platform: All

    • Issuezilla Id:
      74

      Description

      When creating javadoc, there are several warnings output to the console. The
      attached tweeks to the three package.html prevent these warnings.

      1. packages_html.diff
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        chas
      2. t
        10 kB
        chas

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        chas added a comment -

        Created an attachment (id=41)
        diffs to three package.html files

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        chas added a comment - Created an attachment (id=41) diffs to three package.html files
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        paul_huang added a comment -

        Chas,

        Could you please help to specify the warning messages, I get the following
        warning messages before applying the patch:
        [javadoc]
        C:\cvstest\jdicsrc\jdic-0.8.4.1-src\jdic\src\share\classes\org\jdesktop\jdic\filetypes\AssociationService.java:27:
        cannot resolve symbol
        [javadoc] symbol : class AppAssociationWriterFactory
        [javadoc] location: package internal
        [javadoc] import org.jdesktop.jdic.filetypes.internal.AppAssociationWriterFactory;
        [javadoc] ^
        [javadoc]
        C:\cvstest\jdicsrc\jdic-0.8.4.1-src\jdic\src\share\classes\org\jdesktop\jdic\filetypes\AssociationService.java:29:
        cannot resolve symbol
        [javadoc] symbol : class AppAssociationReaderFactory
        [javadoc] location: package internal
        [javadoc] import org.jdesktop.jdic.filetypes.internal.AppAssociationReaderFactory;
        [javadoc] ^
        [javadoc]
        C:\cvstest\jdicsrc\jdic-0.8.4.1-src\jdic\src\share\classes\org\jdesktop\jdic\desktop\internal\ServiceManager.java:23:
        cannot resolve symbol
        [javadoc] symbol : class ServiceManagerStub
        [javadoc] location: package impl
        [javadoc] import org.jdesktop.jdic.desktop.internal.impl.ServiceManagerStub;
        [javadoc] ^

        However, these warning messages still exist after applying the patch.

        Thanks

        -Paul

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        paul_huang added a comment - Chas, Could you please help to specify the warning messages, I get the following warning messages before applying the patch: [javadoc] C:\cvstest\jdicsrc\jdic-0.8.4.1-src\jdic\src\share\classes\org\jdesktop\jdic\filetypes\AssociationService.java:27: cannot resolve symbol [javadoc] symbol : class AppAssociationWriterFactory [javadoc] location: package internal [javadoc] import org.jdesktop.jdic.filetypes.internal.AppAssociationWriterFactory; [javadoc] ^ [javadoc] C:\cvstest\jdicsrc\jdic-0.8.4.1-src\jdic\src\share\classes\org\jdesktop\jdic\filetypes\AssociationService.java:29: cannot resolve symbol [javadoc] symbol : class AppAssociationReaderFactory [javadoc] location: package internal [javadoc] import org.jdesktop.jdic.filetypes.internal.AppAssociationReaderFactory; [javadoc] ^ [javadoc] C:\cvstest\jdicsrc\jdic-0.8.4.1-src\jdic\src\share\classes\org\jdesktop\jdic\desktop\internal\ServiceManager.java:23: cannot resolve symbol [javadoc] symbol : class ServiceManagerStub [javadoc] location: package impl [javadoc] import org.jdesktop.jdic.desktop.internal.impl.ServiceManagerStub; [javadoc] ^ However, these warning messages still exist after applying the patch. Thanks -Paul
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        paul_huang added a comment -

        Accepted.

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        paul_huang added a comment - Accepted.
        Hide
        chas added a comment -

        next attachment show the output I am speaking of

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        chas added a comment - next attachment show the output I am speaking of
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        chas added a comment -

        Created an attachment (id=73)
        the spurious javadoc output

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        chas added a comment - Created an attachment (id=73) the spurious javadoc output
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        paul_huang added a comment -

        Patch accepted and put into branch Issue_74-78, will be merge into trunk from
        the branch soon.

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        paul_huang added a comment - Patch accepted and put into branch Issue_74-78, will be merge into trunk from the branch soon.

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            paul_huang
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            chas
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