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    Default how to install javadoc

    Question: how do i install javadoc?

  2. #2

    Thumbs up Re: how to install javadoc

    The only way to get javadocs is to install JRE or JDK

    javadoc comes as a part of it.

    Download and install fromhere

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    duffimc NNTP User

    Default Re: how to install javadoc

    i have installed
    java-1_6_0-sun
    java-1_6_0-sun-devel
    java-1_6_0-sun-plugin

    ...but i can't find a javadoc to see it into netbeans for example....

    where can i find it?
    I know that i can import the javadoc downloading the file zip from sun site but i would like update the javadoc every java sun updating...is it possible...
    Thanks a lot...

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    Red face Re: how to install javadoc

    Quote Originally Posted by revvion View Post
    Question: how do i install javadoc?
    Just going to do something wild right here an answer OP's actual question... Help the next person who googles the issue.

    hit up your console and try: ~> which java
    the out should be: /usr/bin/java

    Obviously if you dont have javadoc trying ~> which javadoc
    would return a error message involving all paths.

    Open JDK <some version here> doesn't ship with a javadoc. (yea, why package a Java Development Kit without a Javadoc right?) anyway, as always YaST is your bro on this. Hit up the software manager and install the following.


    Once done try that
    Code:
    ~> which javadoc
    /usr/bin/javadoc
    Then just point your IDE (eclipse et al.) at the javadoc for doc generation.

    Be aware every (packages, framework etc etc have javadocs. go get the right one!).

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