how about some javadocs?

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how about some javadocs?

jewzaam
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We *had* a job internally to host javadocs, but that's 1) not useful externally and 2) doesn't exist anymore.  Since we moved to travis-ci.org most of build jobs are external.  I see this article for publishing javadocs to github pages.  Anybody know of other options?

http://benlimmer.com/2013/12/26/automatically-publish-javadoc-to-gh-pages-with-travis-ci/

This is from just a quick search on google..
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Re: how about some javadocs?

lcestari
Maybe we could use http://www.javadoc.io/ (I thought it would work without doing anything more as lightblue is already in Central Maven Repository, it seems we would need to send an email to them about it, if you guys agree)
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Re: how about some javadocs?

jewzaam
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+1 for "Free javadoc hosting for any open source Central Maven Repository project."

On Tue, Oct 7, 2014 at 2:52 PM, lcestari [via lightblue-dev] <[hidden email]> wrote:
Maybe we could use http://www.javadoc.io/ (I thought it would work without doing anything more as lightblue is already in Central Maven Repository, it seems we would need to send an email to them about it, if you guys agree)


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Re: how about some javadocs?

lcestari
I mailed them asking to add our project =)
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lcestari
GOt a reply. HE instructed me how it works, I add ed the projects there (you can query them now). For example:
http://www.javadoc.io/doc/com.redhat.lightblue.rest/rest-metadata/0.9.0
http://www.javadoc.io/doc/com.redhat.lightblue/util/1.0.1

Those projects will be tracked by their web application. If we got new project, we must force to hit the URL (with the format http://www.javadoc.io/doc/$GROUP/$NAME/) of that project se their system will process and keep tracking it after that.

So, how about to add the links of javadoc into the respective README file?
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jewzaam
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Sounds great! Links would be wonderful.

On Oct 9, 2014 3:56 PM, "lcestari [via lightblue-dev]" <[hidden email]> wrote:
GOt a reply. HE instructed me how it works, I add ed the projects there (you can query them now). For example:
http://www.javadoc.io/doc/com.redhat.lightblue.rest/rest-metadata/0.9.0
http://www.javadoc.io/doc/com.redhat.lightblue/util/1.0.1

Those projects will be tracked by their web application. If we got new project, we must force to hit the URL (with the format http://www.javadoc.io/doc/$GROUP/$NAME/) of that project se their system will process and keep tracking it after that.

So, how about to add the links of javadoc into the respective README file?


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