EDIT: Maybe this should be moved to the programming section. I put it here because it was targetted at RS-servers.
- Any IDE: I'll be using intelliJ, because it's better (imo).
- A commented source: People who don't comment their sources shouldn't do releases. I'll be using Kethsi, as it was the first one I found with comments.
Load your project into the IDE.
Basically, just click import and click next.
Find the "Generate JavaDoc" menu item. In intelliJ it will be under the menu-bar "tools".
Choose a folder to generate the output to. I recommend you making a folder in your project.
Now you can navigate to your JavaDoc, choose the index.html file, open it in a web-browser and take a look at it.
Why would I want to do this?
- It'll give you an overviewable interface to navigate through your code - hence making it easier to find what you're looking for.
- If you're going through somebodies elses code, it'll be normal that you don't really know what it's doing. Here you can easily go through every class, packages and get yourself a better understanding of the already implemented methods.
- If you perhaps want to offer plugins for your clients, you could create public methods that will make up the "API" for the plugins.
- You can write code for a server without having access to the source code details.
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