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javadoc

/usr/java/bin/javadoc [options ] files | classes

Solaris only. Process declaration and documentation comments in Java source files and produce HTML pages describing the public and protected classes, interfaces, constructors, methods, and fields. javadoc also produces a class hierarchy in tree.html and an index of members in Allnames.html .

Options

-author

Include @author tags.

-classpath path

Use path as the search path for class files, overriding $CLASSPATH . path is a colon-separated list of directories. It is better to use -sourcepath instead of -classpath .

-d dir

Create the generated HTML files in dir .

-docencoding encoding

Use encoding for the generated HTML file.

-encoding encoding

The Java source file is encoded using encoding .

-J opt

Pass opt to the runtime system. See java for more information.

-nodeprecated

Exclude paragraphs marked with @deprecated .

-noindex

Don't generate the package index.

-notree

Don't generate the class and interface hierarchy.

-package

Include only package, protected and public classes and members.

-private

Include all classes and members.

-protected

Include only protected and public classes and members. This is the default.

-public

Include only public classes and members.

-sourcepath path

Use path as the search path for class source files. path is a colon-separated list of directories. If not specified, it defaults to the current -classpath directory. Running javadoc in the directory with the sources allows you to omit this option.

-verbose

Print additional messages about time spent parsing source files.

-version

Include @version tags.

The -doctype option is no longer available. Only HTML documentation may be produced.


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