JavaDoc propagation

Discussion in 'Java' started by Roedy Green, Jul 4, 2005.

  1. Roedy Green

    Roedy Green Guest

    Is there a tool that you create Javadoc for a base class, and it finds
    all the methods in all the derived classes and:

    1. if the have no Javadoc, inserts that of the base class.

    2. if they already have javadoc, lets you choose to keep the old, the
    new, or mark it for later manual fixup,
    or possibly let you fix it right then and there intelligently merging
    the two and letting you touch up.

    I ideally it would understand true inheritance, not just similar
    signature names, but that would be good too.

    Another way to handle it is it shows you all the method signatures and
    there existing Javadoc. You tick which ones you want;

    1. replaced
    2. merged


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