where did specifyURL go?

Does anyone know how to add remote javadoc in Aurora?
In Ariadna one could specify a location for a remote URL containing the
javadocs. In Aurora there seems to be only the add javadoc option that
doesn't allow a URL.
Any ideas?
Thanks,
-J


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Jill wrote:

Does anyone know how to add remote javadoc in Aurora?
In Ariadna one could specify a location for a remote URL containing the
javadocs. In Aurora there seems to be only the add javadoc option that
doesn't allow a URL.
Any ideas?
Thanks,
-J

It seems you can assign javadoc only to a library. See "Libraries" tab
in "Main Module" project tab.

/kesh

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well, that is precisely the problem. some of the libraries I use only have
the javadoc on the net (and besides i don't want to have a local copy on
every computer i use). Also, when you define the JDK to use, IntelliJ Aurora
still allows to specify the JDK docs as a URL - why cannot i do the same for
any library I use?
-J

"kesh" <dummy@dummy.com> wrote in message
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Jill wrote:

>

Does anyone know how to add remote javadoc in Aurora?
In Ariadna one could specify a location for a remote URL containing the
javadocs. In Aurora there seems to be only the add javadoc option that
doesn't allow a URL.
Any ideas?
Thanks,
-J

>
>
It seems you can assign javadoc only to a library. See "Libraries" tab
in "Main Module" project tab.

>

/kesh

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In this case I think you should open a feature request.

/kesh

Jill wrote:

well, that is precisely the problem. some of the libraries I use only have
the javadoc on the net (and besides i don't want to have a local copy on
every computer i use). Also, when you define the JDK to use, IntelliJ Aurora
still allows to specify the JDK docs as a URL - why cannot i do the same for
any library I use?
-J

"kesh" <dummy@dummy.com> wrote in message
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>>Jill wrote:
>>
>>
>>>Does anyone know how to add remote javadoc in Aurora?
>>>In Ariadna one could specify a location for a remote URL containing the
>>>javadocs. In Aurora there seems to be only the add javadoc option that
>>>doesn't allow a URL.
>>>Any ideas?
>>>Thanks,
>>>-J
>>>
>>>
>>
>>It seems you can assign javadoc only to a library. See "Libraries" tab
>>in "Main Module" project tab.
>>
>>/kesh
>>



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Request already open
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=3987.

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