Sunday, December 30, 2012

Re: Why does Google search place GWT 1.5 documentation at the top of the list?

Thanks (and to Ashton too) -- adding the version number (2.5) does work -- adding 'latest' doesn't always make it the first in the list. (Though I would have expected Google search to work better -- version 1.5 was a long time ago - why make put it at the top of the list?)

In Eclipse when I select MenuBar I see most of the first part of the documentation in, but not the full contents. Javadoc from Eclipse is missing  All Implemented Interfaces, the Method Summary, Field Summary, Constructor Summary, etc.


On Saturday, December 29, 2012 3:02:01 PM UTC, Jens wrote:
Replace 1.5 with the version you want (if refactoring has taken place you get a HTTP 404 tough) and then hit the small "Frames" link in the top center.

But why do you need that? First gwt-user.jar contains source files so you should have JavaDoc for GWT classes right in your IDE. If not then you have probably gwt-servlet.jar on classpath as well. Simply remove it or make sure that gwt-user.jar is before gwt-servlet.jar in your classpath.

Also you have the full GWT SDK installed via Eclipse that can be found in Eclipse/plugins/<version>. It contains the full JavaDoc of the GWT version you use.

-- J.

Am Samstag, 29. Dezember 2012 11:59:37 UTC+1 schrieb
I did a Google search for "gwt menubar" (without the quotes) and the top hit was:

The second hit was 2.0 documentation.

What is the easiest way to get to the most recent GWT documentation of a class?

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