OpenAPI javadoc question

Just a second of background before I can ask the question.

I have the devkit on my machine (idea-7.0-dev) Inside that folder, there's a folder named "help" where the javadoc for the OpenAPI lives. The first folder inside "help" is named "openapi", then inside that is com>intelliJ> various package names.

OK that was the background, now here's the question.

If I take my hint from the folder hierarchy, I would say that the OpenAPI is anything inside the folder I mentioned in the background paragraph above named "openapi".

However, inside the folder "openapi" there are a lot of folders and ONE of those has the distinguished name "openapi" again (literally the path is openapi>com>intellij-->openapi ). All the classes in this folder and beneath obviously have the FQN of com.intellij.openapi.

I am not sure which folder contains the classes that are considered to be part of the openAPI (to which this forum is dedicated).

I am asking this question because I am building a tool to interact with the OpenAPI javadoc and the question became- just exactly what IS the OpenAPI javadoc.

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You're right, the OpenAPI javadoc is everything inside help/openapi. In other words, the OpenAPI consists of more than just the classes in the com.intellij.openapi package.

Sascha

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awesome. Thanks Sascha !

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