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ApiGlobalSection don't keep order given in annotation ApiGlobal #177

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BobbyWhiskey opened this issue Jan 14, 2016 · 0 comments
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ApiGlobalSection don't keep order given in annotation ApiGlobal #177

BobbyWhiskey opened this issue Jan 14, 2016 · 0 comments
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@BobbyWhiskey BobbyWhiskey commented Jan 14, 2016

Hi
I just saw that some time my global documentation is not in the correct order in the generated html. For example i have something like this for my global doc:

@ApiGlobal(
    sections = {
        @ApiGlobalSection( title = "General documentation",
            paragraphs = {
                    "/jsondocfile:/jsondocfile/general-doc.html"
                    }
            ),
        @ApiGlobalSection( title = "Another section",
            paragraphs = {
                    "/jsondocfile:/jsondocfile/other-section.html"
                    }
            ),
                      // More sections here...
        }
    )
public class GlobalDocumentation {
}

On the generated html, the order is not always the same order specified in my GlobalDocumentation class.
I believe the source of the problem is in class ApiGlobalDoc line 18. The HashSet used does not guarantee the order of the sections.

@fabiomaffioletti fabiomaffioletti added this to the 1.2.12 milestone Apr 14, 2016
@fabiomaffioletti fabiomaffioletti self-assigned this Apr 14, 2016
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