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Re: trouble generating Javadoc with JDEE

From: Malte Spiess
Subject: Re: trouble generating Javadoc with JDEE
Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2007 13:44:32 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.110006 (No Gnus v0.6) Emacs/22.0.95 (gnu/linux)

Matthew Flaschen <address@hidden> writes:

> Malte Spiess wrote:
>> Hi fellas,
>> I'm having some trouble generating the docu with jde(e) here on my
>> Debian system with the Emacs snapshot and Sun Java6.
>> I have updated the alternatives, that means that I can enter javadoc as
>> any user and it will use the appropriate version (in case this matters)
>> as supposed by the guide on the JDEE homepage. More precisely speaking
>> the link /usr/bin/javadoc is set as it should be. Thus using javadoc on
>> a terminal works fine.
>> Still when I do `M-x jde-javadoc-make` in a buffer showing a .java file
>> all I get is
>> apply: Symbol's value as variable is void: compilation-nomessage-regexp-alist
>> .
>> Has anyone an idea why this happens?
> It works for me, using jde version (C-h v jde-version) and gjdoc
> (installed java-gcj-compat-dev , which is also in Debian testing).

Yeah, forgot the most important version number. It's JDE here, too.

> I have the below customizations on javadoc, neither of which should
> matter here:
> '(jde-javadoc-checker-level (quote private))
> '(jde-javadoc-gen-args (quote ("-validhtml")))

Hm, I don't think so either.

> Do any features of JDE work?

Yes, actually most features that I have used so far work nicely. I
haven't explored all of the nifty stuff yet, but what definitely works
-compiling (C-c C-v C-c / jde-compile)
-running the application (C-c C-v C-r / jde-run)

I've had some trouble with Sun Java version 6, as this is apparently not
yet officially supported, but cheating with the version seems to do the

Just not to mess my configuration up manually, I have completely used
the customize stuff so far. Here is what I've got in my .emacs:
| '(jde-checkstyle-classpath (quote 
| '(jde-checkstyle-style "/home/mspiess/java/checkstyle/sun_checks.xml")
| '(jde-compile-enable-kill-buffer t)
| '(jde-compile-finish-hook (quote (jde-compile-finish-kill-buffer 
| '(jde-compile-option-deprecation t)
| '(jde-compile-option-directory "/home/mspiess/java/bin")
| '(jde-compile-option-sourcepath (quote ("/home/mspiess/java/src")))
| '(jde-compiler (quote ("javac" "/usr/bin/javac")))
| '(jde-global-classpath (quote ("/home/mspiess/java/bin")))
| '(jde-help-docsets (quote (("JDK API" 
"/usr/share/doc/sun-java6-doc/html/api/" nil))))
| '(jde-javadoc-gen-destination-directory "~/java/doc/")
| '(jde-javadoc-gen-packages (quote ("~/java/src/")))
| '(jde-jdk (quote ("1.5")))
| '(jde-jdk-registry (quote (("1.5" . "/usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun/"))))
| '(jde-run-option-boot-classpath (quote ("append" "/home/mspiess/java/bin/")))
| '(jde-run-option-classpath "global")
| '(jde-vm-path "/usr/bin/java")

The JDE help seems not to be available either btw. I always get:
jde-show-help: Cannot find JDE help file.

I don't know if the two problems have something to do with each other, but...

> Matt Flaschen

Thanks so far


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