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elsewhere in the javadoc.such as where exactly?
There doesn't seem to be a way to hyperlinkI don't understand. Javadoc generates precisely that information.
the autoinformation generated, such
as the default inherited fields
in the case of a superclass.
What exactly are you trying to do?
If for example, you examine some
javadoc we can both see,
such as this internet web page,
the String class:
There is a link for java.lang.object.
In the method summary area, certain return types also
exist as links to the appropriate class pages.
It is also usually the case that past this,
there is a list of inherited fields and methods.
These are also links, to their appropriate pages.
I have gone through the javadoc tutorial,
and don't see anything that I can put,
in terms of javadoc .java source code taglets,
to produce these results in
"javadoc -private MyCode.java".
Does anyone have any ideas on this?
I don't understand why you need it. Javadoc produces that automatically. Taglets are for adding tags.
Do you want me to move this thread to the Javadoc forum?
Yes, I would like this thread moved to the javadoc area.
As per my discussion:
I am looking for a way to activate all the links
in my javadoc pages, without resorting
to manually changing the html.
That's what the -link and -linkoffline options are for. Example: -link "http://java.sun.com/javase/6/docs/api".
Note: This thread was originally posted in the [Java Programming|http://forums.sun.com/forum.jspa?forumID=31] forum, but moved to this forum for closer topic alignment.
this is the answer I have been after!