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From Peter Kl├╝gl <peter.klu...@averbis.com>
Subject Re: Can anyone explain Javadoc (java 8) behavior - sometimes failing on warning, othertimes continuing?
Date Wed, 09 Nov 2016 08:00:35 GMT

I have no answer to your question, but for the UIMA Ruta javadocs built
with Java 8 I had to fix some javadocs in the source code which were
causing build errors. The warnings did not stop the build process.



Am 08.11.2016 um 22:08 schrieb Marshall Schor:
> Hi,
> As I try and build projects for UIMA V3, I have the behavior that if I don't get
> the javadocs to pass the Java 8 checks (that produce WARNINGS), the javadoc
> generation step "fails" and the build stops.
> If I try the same thing on the trunk code, temporarily changing the
> source/target levels to 8, and then purposely introducing a java doc mistake
> (e.g. a @return with no description) into a project like "jvinci", and then
> building with -Papache-release (which causes the javadocs to built), the
> behavior is that the javadoc processing produces the same WARNINGs, but the
> javadoc generation step does *not* fail, and the build continues.
> I've run both of these builds side by side, captured the console outputs,
> running in maven -X (debug) mode, and can't see what the difference is that's
> causing one to stop the build, and the other one to continue.
> Any ideas?
> If I recall correctly, some time ago, when I started using Java 8 for builds, I
> saw the Javadoc issues, and they would stop the build.  But after some change
> (?) the build didn't stop...
> -Marshall

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