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jordiang
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Where can I get the javadoc of the JXTable and associated classes ?
Is the source code available ?

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Mark Davidson
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The API javadoc for the Swingx and JDNC components which correspond to the 0.5 binary release is here:
http://javadesktop.org/jdnc/0_5/docs/api/index.html

The schema documentation (generated from xsddoc) is here:
http://javadesktop.org/jdnc/0_5/docs/schema/index.html

You can find some other goodies here:
http://javadesktop.org/jdnc/0_5/index.html

I'm really impressed with the level of discussion in these forums. We will be more engaged next week when we are back in the office.

Most of us are on facation (forced vacation) this week. I'm heading to Tahoe this evening for the weekend. I'm going to Northstar ski resort to be a two wheeled gravity pilot.

--Mark

robross
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Although I don't use Eclipse, I am sure you can use ant from within Eclipse to run the ant targets in the various build files. I normally use IDEA as my IDE, but all my build tasks I perform using ant - I just kick of the ant targets from within IDEA.

Marc Logemann

Hi,

would be nice to supply javadocs in the releases. I had to copy all the
source files to a newly created IDEA project and created the javadocs
for myself. But dont expect too much inside the javadocs, the look into
JNTable was a little bit dissapointing.

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rbair
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There have been several posts from folks wanting the javadoc, tutorials, etc. I'm not a committer, but from my impressions JDNC isn't at a release stage yet. They opened up the project early rather than waiting until everything was ironed out. When the architecture itself is still in flux it doesn't make much sense to start writing tutorials, does it?

In any case, I'm sure the powers that be would love to have a few volunteers work on tutorials :-)

Rich

jesion
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> There have been several posts from folks wanting the
> javadoc, tutorials, etc. I'm not a committer, but
> from my impressions JDNC isn't at a release stage
> yet. They opened up the project early rather than
> waiting until everything was ironed out. When the
> architecture itself is still in flux it doesn't make
> much sense to start writing tutorials, does it?

i agree, it doesn't have much sense. but imho it would be reasonable to provide some samples of api usage. i'm sure that jdnc developers must have many of them, maybe just for internal testing.

Anonymous

Hello, I'm back catching up after 2 weeks of post-JavaOne vacation....

As Mark noted, we do make the javadoc available online for those who do not wish to build from scratch.

We have also discussed bundling it with the binary release, though maybe as an additional binary+doc download.

The javadoc is admittedly sparse at this stage and it is because we have not yet focused on the general usage of the APIs outside of the XML. Ironically, our high level components (JNTable, etc) suffer from the poorest level of javadoc at the moment, but you should see that change substantially in the coming weeks as we turn more attention to the APIs.

We'll also be posting more demos/examples on using the APIs (sans XML) on our documentation page. In fact, I'll make the source code for the JavaOne session master/detail demo available in the next few days. It exposes some warts in the API, which should make good fodder for discussion.

Aim

robross
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JavaDoc can be generated from the deployment directory after you make the whole project. There may be other ways of doing this, but this is how I got it to work:

1) Check out source code from cvs
2) Build project by typing "ant" in the make folder at the root level of the jdnc dir. (This dir contains swingx, jdnc_api, anD jdnc_markup dirs). Make sure you read the README file in the make dir!!
3) After the build completes, navigage to /deployment/make in the jdnc dir and type "ant javadoc". This will build the javadocs in /deployment/build.

Anonymous

I am using Eclipse and just copied the JDNC and Swing directories into the org.jdesktop directory and compiled. It works fine, but I want to know if there is a way to build the Javadoc using Eclipse