If I use autocompletion in IntelliJ, it shows a nice fully detailled description (incl. javadoc info).
Example, if I'm knocking some code into IntelliJ and call a function which uses some parameters, the autocompletion shows the following:
mypackage.class.someFunction(String firstParam, String secondParam, int thirdParam)
Now, I've created some utility classes of my own, I generated JavaDoc for it and I packed the whole thing (that is: javadoc, *.java and *.class) into one single JAR file.
Then I import that JAR file into my LIB-path in IntelliJ, so I can utilize the written functionalities from that JAR file. When writing a call to a function from that JAR file, IntelliJ pops up autocompletion. Very neat, indeed.. but incomplete. Why? Because the autocompletion shows it as following:
mypackage.class.someFunction(String, String, int)
I'm missing the names of the parameters here. And I wish to see them. The question is: how?!