GroovyDoc support

Hi everyone,

Is GroovyDoc supported at the moment?
If not, are there any plans to do so in the future?

Thanks in advance,
Rui

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Hello, Rui.

Yes, for now GroovyDoc is supported on a level of highlighting and completion/resolve of tags and references. Appropriate HTML generator is also already implemented, but not included in current Diana release. It will be published soon.

With best regrads,
Ilya

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Hi Ilya,

Thanks for the quick reply.
HTML generator is a nice addition.

Regards,
Rui

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Hi Ilya,
Do you have any timeline on when one can use groovydoc in intellij to render HTML?
It still looks like there is only JavaDoc available for that at the moment!?
Thanks a lot!
Philip

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Hi,

How do I actually generate a skeleton Groovy doc comment for a class or method? For example, if I have the following Groovy method

public Image getImage(def url, def name) {
  // Implementation not shown
}


Can IntelliJ generate a skeleton comment such as that shown below in bold:

/**
*
* @param url
* @param name
* @return
*/

public Image getImage(def url, def name) {
  // Implementation not shown
}



If you could tell me how to do this via the menus (rather than keyboard shortcut) it would be more helpful, as I'm not using the default keymap.

Thanks,
Don

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Very good question. I remember in eclipse for example one could type
  /**
above a method for example and on hitting ENTER it would automatically create the javadoc for the respective method. With param names etc.

Would be awesome to utilize something like this in IntelliJ too (if possible).
I couldn't find anything that would mime this behavior so far.

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cool thx. has my vote. would be a huge timesaver.

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You an use GroovyDoc generator on Maia EAP (available here: http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/IDEADEV/Maia+EAP).
Go to Tools > Generate GroovyDoc or Alt+Ctrl+D with standard keymap.

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