gjdoc 0.7.7 released

We are pleased to announce gjdoc release 0.7.7. gjdoc is the GNU documentation generation framework for java source files. gjdoc is part of GNU Classpath Tools. This is mostly a bug-fix release. This makes gjdoc much more robust when dealing with invalid documentation tags or source code and it is now possible to generate the whole javadocs for eclipse using gjdoc out of the box.

New in release 0.7.7

  • gjdoc/24457: NPE for @see tag
  • gjdoc/24474: StackOverflowError in reflexive expressions
  • gjdoc/24501: gjdoc doesn’t compile
  • gjdoc/24508: Files weren’t generated for packages with names like *.java
  • gjdoc/24509: gjdoc is not able to use the javadocs from java.sun.com
  • gjdoc/24510: gjdoc have problems the -linkoffline
  • gjdoc/24507: The overview-summary.html are not generated
  • gjdoc/24553: Problem with @link tags in parameter descriptions
  • gjdoc/24722: Problems with single line comments between method arguments

Thanks to Stephan Michels, David Gilbert, Julian Scheid and Michael Koch for reporting bugs, suggesting and testing fixes and preparing the
release. The latest release of GNU gjdoc can always be found at ftp.gnu.org/gnu/classpath. This new version of gjdoc has been used to generate class documentation for the GNU Classpath CVS source files.