This is beta software! It is available for testing purposes and may not be suitable for production use yet.
Pull Requesters: Please read HOW_TO_CONTRIBUTE.md
Download a copy of JSDoc 3 from the official Git Hub repository here: https://github.com/jsdoc3/jsdoc
To test that jsdoc is working, change your working directory to the jsdoc folder and run the following command on Windows:
... or on a Max OSX or *nix platform:
If you can't get the short-form commands to work, try invoking Java directly:
This example assumes that your working directory is the jsdoc application base directory:
For help regarding the supported commandline options use the --help option.
Generated documentation will appear in the folder specified by the --destination option, or in a folder named "out" by default.
JSDoc 3 utilises the Mozilla Rhino engine, which requires Java. JSDoc 3 is known to work with version 1.6.0_24 of Java.
JSDoc 3 uses advanced features in the Rhino application which are only available in or after the 1.7 release 3. A copy of this version of Rhino is included in JSDoc so this is not normally an issue that the user needs to be concerned with. However, in rare cases, users may have their Java CLASSPATH configured to override that included Rhino and point to some older version of Rhino instead. If this is the case, simply correct the CLASSPATH to remove the older Rhino.
The version of rhino distributed with JSDoc3 can be found here: https://github.com/jannon/rhino
This will open a debugging window. Choose "Break on Exceptions" from the "Debug" menu, then press the "Run" button. If there is an error, you should see exactly where it is in the source code.
Project Documentation: http://usejsdoc.org/ (under development)
Project Documentation Source: https://github.com/micmath/micmath.github.com
JSDoc User's Group: http://groups.google.com/group/jsdoc-users
JSDoc3 Ant Task https://github.com/jannon/jsdoc3-ant-task
Project Annoncements: http://twitter.com/jsdoc3
JSDoc 3 is copyright (c) 2011 Michael Mathews email@example.com