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I have installed ActivePerl and JSDoc. But when building my project i receive the following error message:
JSDoc was skipped because the path to JSDoc (C:\Programfiler\JSDoc-1.10.1\jsdoc.pl) is invalid or perl.exe was not found.
You can change the path by selecting Build->Options and entering a new path.
Under "Build > Options..." set the path to JSDoc as needed. To check that the perl path is correct, try running JSDoc manually and make sure that it can find perl from where it's installed. You may need to add the perl installation folder to your system path if JSDoc cannot find it.
But the biggest pain was the continuous writing in the console. :cry:
Not sure I understand that comment. Using JS Builder, if you install JSDoc and Perl, then all JS doc generation is done for you seamlessly and silently. Granted, installing them is sort of a pain, but it's a one-time setup and then you're done. Using JSBuilder, you can also integrate your doc output and your JS minification into a single build process that can also be automated via Ant using the JSB console utility.
So... thanks for the link, but can you please further explain what value your utility would provide over simply using JS Builder + JS Doc? Maybe I'm missing something.
We've actually considered bundling JSDoc and Perl in the installer also -- the main reason we have not is because of size, and because many people might only want to build their js and don't care about outputting docs. For those people it would be a waste. We may at some point beef up the installer so that those pieces can be included conditionally (it's currently using a basic .NET setup project, which is not very flexible), but there hasn't been any demand to add it, so there's no point spending time on it unless it's needed by our audience.
By the way (as an aside to current or prospective JSB users), there are more features planned to make JSB even better in terms of file/project management. Also, I keep bugging Jack about getting him to release his newest doc template and parser, but he hasn't had time to clean it up yet. Once that happens, then hopefully we'll all get nice pretty docs Ext-style It should also support the same extended doc syntax elements that have made his docs so nice to work with.