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Mike Southgate
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I'm trying to put together my final submission and I'm having trouble with javadocs.
The code for all of my packages are in c:\suncertsub\code\suncertify\ This has 5 directories under it - one per package.
My command line is below
C:\suncertsub\code>javadoc -d c:\suncertsub\docs\javadoc\ -use -sourcepath c:\su
ncertsub\code\ -source 1.4 -windowtitle "Bodgitt & Scarper Booking Application D
ocumentation" -subpackages suncertify
my problem is it doesn't generate any index type pages that cover the entire application and all the packages. When I was using eclipse it created a file called allclasses-... and an index file that referred to all packages.
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Mark Spritzler
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Very interesting here is my javadoc command, and it created all the index.html files that it needed.


I run this from the base directory where all my class program files are.
Mark
 
Andrew Monkhouse
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Hi Mike
Did you get any errors on screen when you ran javadoc?
Here is my command line (split to make it easier to read):
This also created all the index files.
Regards, Andrew
 
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