Thank you, thank you, thank you (even managed to get the javadoc for the interface working in netbeans!)
I'm sure I'll have questions....but between the forum posts, the javadoc, the examples that are out there, I think I'll be ok now. I have a wager with some friends that my AI will be able to beat them (land only, BA, 1v1) at the end of January, so I have lots of work to do. Lots of innovative ideas...who knows if any will pan out.
i think what he means is this: in netbeans (and i guess in Eclipse too) you can add a jar with the sources for a library. this would of course contain the javadoc comments, and the IDE will then show them during code completion eg. -> no need for the JavaDoc in HTML format.
You had to comment the methods in rts/ExternalAI/Interface/SSkirmishAICallback.h, as the Java Callback is generated from this file, and inherits its comments during generation. It would be good if you sticked to relatively simple comments, as in, the special paramters you use and such, eg, just just add a description, and use @param, @return and @see. The reason for this, is that these comments are used in different languages, and therefore also in different doc tools (eg DoxyGen and JavaDoc).
As for getting your changes into spring: best way is to fork spring (eg on github), and commit to your fork. that means you would be seen as the author of the commits, and it also means less work for me (i would then merge your commits into master) alternatively, you can also send me patch files.
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