Adding the Javadocs?

Discussion in 'Plugin Development' started by RoboticPlayer, Oct 9, 2015.

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    I used to be able to simply ctrl+left click on a Bukkit method and it would open the code for it (in Eclipse), however, it no longer does that. How would I go about adding the source so that I can look at the methods without having to leave the IDE?
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    @mythbusterma That is where I go to get the javadocs online, but how do I make it so that I can use it within Eclipse?
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    There is probably a setting where you add the URL to the JavaDocs where you add the library to your dependencies. I don't use Eclipse so I can't be much help.
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    What do you use? And is it better? Do you suggest it?
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    Probably uses IntelliJ, it's mostly the other half of Java development other than Eclipse
    Although a lot of people use NetBeans too
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    Hey! I played around with IntelliJ for some time, but apparently it's CRAZY hard to export the .jar file... if you have used it before, please share...

    EDIT by Moderator: merged posts, please use the edit button instead of double posting.
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    I use IntelliJ and I prefer it over Eclipse.

    I think this would be better off in a new thread. This is getting offtopic to the OP.
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