I've ran out of time I can resonably spend on this project, as I'm in the middle of moving cities, so I'm submitting. Which leads me to a question about javadoc.. When I run javadoc I get the directory structure
In the javadoc directory I have various helpfull HTML files containing lists of methods etc + a package list file and a stylesheet file. Why are these two files required and should I submit them ?
Cheers Tony [ September 17, 2003: Message edited by: Tony Collins ] [ September 17, 2003: Message edited by: Tony Collins ]
posted 13 years ago
Hi Tony I think the package list file is used by the -link and -linkoffline command line options. The other file is a stylesheet determining the look and feel of the pages created by the Javadoc tool. You should submit them both - your generated HTML pages all rely on the stylesheet to tell them which colours, fonts, etc. to use. Michael
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