[jsr362-experts:] Re: [jsr362-observers:] Re: Color coding JavaDoc changes
- From: Martin Scott Nicklous <
- Subject: [jsr362-experts:] Re: [jsr362-observers:] Re: Color coding JavaDoc changes
- Date: Thu, 8 Aug 2013 11:39:36 +0200
I saw that about the download that wants to start when you click on
copyright or license. Strange. Interestingly, when the apidocs are local,
the copyright & license are displayed in the browser directly.
But the files that get downloaded contain the correct copyright & license,
don't yet know what causes that particular odd effect ... probably
something to do with the served mime type, which github.io probably
specifies based on the file extension, which ... isn't there. So it uses a
mime type of "application/octet-stream", which is sort of wrong. I'll see
if I can fix that.
wrote on 07.08.2013 19:01:19:
> From: Werner Keil
> To: Edward Burns
> Date: 07.08.13 19:48
> Subject: [jsr362-observers:] [jsr362-experts:] Re: Color coding
> JavaDoc changes
> I just checked the JavaDocs and the additional sentence
> See the Copyright and License provided with this distribution.
> points to a strange document that starts a download attempt instead
> of showing it.
> The last part looks OK It points to the Apache homepage and license.
> Normally an embedded HTL page with the license shows up there.
> Which one we'll see, but just an interesting side note, this is how
> it looks for the Java EE 7 Umbrella:
> (the javax.batch package, which according to your fellow Spec Lead
> and people he may have asked inside IBM should be licensed under
> Apache. However, the overall Java EE 7 Umbrella points to the Java
> EE 7 Spec License here, not e.g. that of Glassfish, the RI of Java
> EE 7, just wanted to mention it, if that's how it should be, then I
> guess the Spec it may be[image removed] )
> On Wed, Aug 7, 2013 at 4:27 PM, Werner Keil
> Yes, and more and more also Oracle lead JSRs (e.g. 107) use it now
> even for the entire Spec[image removed]
> On Wed, Aug 7, 2013 at 4:20 PM, Edward Burns
> >>>>> On Wed, 7 Aug 2013 07:12:35 -0700, Edward Burns
> > said:
> EB> Scott, it may be easiest to grant me write access to the svn repo and
> EB> can create a branch that does it. My java.net id is edburns. If
> EB> amenable to this approach, send me a separate email with the svn URL
> EB> once you've granted me access, then I can get it set up and let you
> EB> at it.
> Pardon my ignorance, I had forgotten we are using github for this. I
> suppose you don't need to take any action because I can just fork and do
> a pull request.
> Please ignore this part of my reply.