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AandroidApivizSetup

Simple Apiviz Setup for Android Developers using the Eclipse IDE. Note, to put multiple paths per javadoc commandline you use the semi-colon between the paths(you will use it to inlcude multiple android framework jars and your library jars for the project ).

The other note is that for things like header, bottom,etc you can use the @argfilename to point to an argfile that has the stuff for that entity, easier to use when you have long things like the doctitile, etc.

Read the jvadoc.xml ant file.

Basic premise is that Google seems always to goof up the android sdk ant files so run all stuff via IDE thus do not have to wait to update any ant scripts, AGILE AT FULL SPEED.

The first pass looks like this:

First Pass

To Use

Edit the javadoc.xml file to replace my paths with yours. Than right click file in your IDE and run as ant file.

Resources

Apiviz Eclipse details

Javadoc Tool commandline options

My blog

License

Apache License 2.0