javadoc comments to your code:
Tools -> Auto Comment...from the popup menu.
Notice also the row of icons along the top. You can choose to document only public constructors and methods, or also protected, package, and private ones.
This is just an aid for inserting comments in your code; you can, of course,
just type them directly into your program. Generating the actual
files from your code is a separate step.
By default, Forté only generates documentation for public code (classes, constructors, methods, variables). To generate more complete documentation, do the following
Project -> Settings.
Documentationon the left.
Javadoc Executor Typeto
Ask for Destination Directoryto
true, so that you can specify where to put the Javadoc each time it's generated.
Javadoc Executorson the left to show its subnodes.
Internal Javadoc, and change
Memberson the right to
Versionto true. This tells Forté to include your
@versiontags in the generated documentation.
Tools -> Generate Javadocfrom the popup menu.
javadocis not extremely fast. A dialog box will pop up, asking whether you want to see the newly-generated documentation.
Yesis a good answer, but it's up to you.