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From (Patrick Chanezon)
Subject Re: [PATCH]: enhanced javadoc task
Date Tue, 21 Mar 2000 23:02:36 GMT

Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:

> > Moreover, the packagelist is not checked, so the task performs even if
> > some packages are missing or broken. So I found it more practical to
> > use on my current project where a lot of packages are broken.
> > The use case for it would be:
> > It as an option to use to get things running, and switch to the
> > regular notation when your project is in a more stable state.
> > A last argument is: why would you forbid an argument of javadoc if it
> > exists in the command line. If you don't like it, don't use it, but at
> > least it is there if you want.
> >
> > Do you really want it out ?
> No, I agree, but I'm ok if you display a warning saying that it's a much
> better practice to include everything inside the build.xml file. How
> does that sound?

That sounds great to me. once I'll have finished coding the patch, I'll
patch the documentation as well including this warning.
Let's make this star dance :-)


Patrick Chanezon, Vortex - Portal/EServices Technical Lead
Netscape Communications Corp. -
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