From: John Hayes <jahaye1@gm...> - 2013-10-21 09:25:11
I have a set of mixed Java and Jython files that make up a library for calling from an interactive Jython console. I would like to generate a consistent javadoc-like reference set of .html for this library and was wondering if there is a good solution for me already.
I’ve looked at Doxygen and other projects like that but that’s way over-kill for what I need. Basically, I’d like each of my Jython modules to look analogous to the javadoc class documentation with the listing of function calls and basic docstrings, etc., where the .html allows transparent access to the Java and Jython classes/modules (since this is how it would be from the interactive Jython POV).
Is there already some way of doing this already? I was considering writing a simple script to take the .py files and generate empty .java stub files from the .py interfaces and then using the normal javadoc app to handle the generation of files, but I thought that this might be a common problem and there’s probably already a better solution because that seems quite kludgy to me.
Thanks for the advice, and best regards,
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