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    Default Does Sencha distribute their javadoc generator?

    Does Sencha distribute their javadoc generator?


    I've been looking at the http://www.sencha.com/gxtdocs/ docs and really like the layout of it. does Sencha make the utility that generates that page available for others to use (be it free or paid)?

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    Very interesting question!

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    The absence of an answer could be interpreted as no.

    And there's still no tool for download.


    But I want to ask once more before starting to write an JavaDoc NG on my own: will the Sencha JavaDoc tool be released soon?

    Please save me the pains.
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    Rather than rolling your own, you could consider JsDuck.

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    I know about JsDuck. But this is a Javascript Documentation generation tool. I'm looking for a JavaDoc tool (for Java - not Javascript) that generates a Documentation like Ext GWT Docs.

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    Ah sorry - misread your post... in that case, I guess I can't help.

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    JSDuck is available under GPL from Sencha Labs.

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    This thread is about JavaDoc, not about JavaScript docs...

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    Hear Hear


    Too bad. I read the original blog post on Sencha Docs as a way to do just that, make nice JavaDocs in the sencha doc viewer. As part of GXT it sounded like if you had GXT libs, you could kickout your own nice doc viewer.

    Sure there are some other "fancier" javadoc browsers out there that are a little better than the 1995 look of Java6 javadocs, but not much better.

    So Sencha, you got anything for us? Echo?

    -Joe

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    See here for how to use JSDuck with Java code:
    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...l=1#post792887

    Unfortunately, as mentioned in that thread, you need to add extra annotations to your java classes:
    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...l=1#post778165

    There is no ant task for it at the moment so if you want to include it in your build you need to use the exec task.

    A nice enhancement would be for JSDuck to recognise Java classes to do away with the need for extra annotations.
    Alternatively, a script to annotate all your existing targets might be a work around.

    Another option could be to roll it into an ant task and get the ant task to add the annotations.
    It would probably need to be optional to either modify the actual source or just modify a copy of the source and run JSDuck on the copy.

    Anyone fancy stepping up to make the ant task?

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