AntDoc task documentation
This page explains how to use AntDoc combined with AntDocGUI.
The overall documentation of AntDoc is far from being perfect and exhaustive. However, concerning the Ant AntDoc task itself, you should find all the necessary information: browse the manual here.
Each built-in and optional task is an hyperlink that enables to understand more quickly a script. You may even customize the generated CSS file in order to provide to the documentation a look that is in harmony with your web pages.
Run Ant from HTMLAntDoc offers the opportunity to execute Ant targets from the generated HTML pages.
But first, in order to to make that possible, the generated pages must have been yielded with an AntDoc task with
You are browsing the generated documentation and would like to run an Ant target? In order to execute a target, you must beforehand
launch AntDocGUI (which implements the
In order to launch AntDocGUI, simply type in a console "
Now, AntDocGUI is launched, you are connected to it from the HTML pages. Just click the AntDoc icon in front of the Ant target that you wish to run. This selects the task within AntDocGUI. Go back to AntDocGUI and run the target. Now, if you want the target to be automatically run inside AntDocGUI without having to manually run it, check the "Autorun under GUI" box in the HTML page.
With that feature, you may even execute targets remotedly: imagine that you have generated the AntDoc for a builfile, that you have uploaded this documentation on your intranet website: if you are working on another machine and want to execute a target, open an HTML browser, go to the AntDoc page, connect to the AntDocGUI which must be running on the target machine, specify the server host name ("Server name" input field on the applet), the port it listens to ("Port number" on the same applet), and click on the target's facing icon.
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