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Subject RE: xdoclet and the generated html files
Date Wed, 10 Dec 2003 09:11:39 GMT
> Disregard my previous e-mail on this. I have figured out the problems
> I had. However, looking at the generated files, for subant and 
> whichresource,
> a new (needed) column has been added for attributes - whether they are
> required or not.  How does one specify this and how does one specify that
> one of a number of attributes are required?
> For example in
> I assume that one of the attributes class or resource are required.
> Peter

Do you asking how to specify AT THE MOMENT (saying this I hope it´s
or how to specify IN THE FUTURE (when it is not implemented yet)?

I realized that there was a thread about something like that so did a search
on theaimsgroup:

Steve started on
"more undocumented attrs" (June 2002)

Suggestions in the thread:

Internal setters not to be documented in the manual

Erik sais something about fallbacks on ... but I
haven´t understood that ...

Mmmh - not about "requires" ... I know that there was something ...
Something in direction of 
    /**"one" */
    public void setClass(...)
    /**"one" */
    public void setResource(...)

Next search ...

Antoine has summed up a discussion about generating manual on

Erik starts a new thread about a newer version of the generator on (2003-01-05)

- suggestion of
  @antdoc.example  snippet="<foo />"
                   description="Generates a default bar"
  (some good point against that: large snippets, mergepoints)

Explanations of the use of mergepoints by Erik on


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