I put a @todo tag on a method in an EJB bean class.
1. The generated remote interface included it in the
javadoc comment on the generated remote interface.
IMO it shouldn't (it's stuff I've got to do in the
bean class, not the remote).
I can't even work around it with the excludedtags
parameter, since that still includes the tags in the
generated code. Perhaps we also need an "ignoredtags"
parameter for ones which should be omitted entirely,
defaulting to "todo"?
2. The overview page and list of packages see that
there's a @todo in my .interfaces package, so include
that package in the various lists. However, if I
click on the package to see its details, there's
nothing listed in there. Presumably this is because
the details pages are only looping through the
classes, despite the interfaces being included when
looping at the package level to do the count.
I see no reason why I shouldn't be able to put @todo's
in my own interface classes, though, so the templates
ought to either include the interfaces as well when
looping through the classes, or have an additional
loop for the package's interfaces.
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