Building Javadocs from the Command Line

Building Javadocs from the Command Line

Some IDEs provide support for generating HTML from Javadocs automatically, but this can also be achieved using the command line:

javadoc tool

The most basic usage of the tool is the line below:


That will generate HTML from the Javadoc comments in

A more practical use of the command line tool, that will recursively read all Java files in [source-directory], create documentation for the [] and all sub-packages, and also place the generated HTML in the [docs-directory] is:

javadoc -d [docs-directory] -subpackages -sourcepath [source-directory] []
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