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Re: Scaladoc that is actually useful?
Are you sure they're not listed?
In Scala at least the primary constructor is looked at as "the arguments to the class." So it would be listed with documentation of the class itself.
Donald McLean wrote:
(observations based on 2.7.7 - feel free to say that something will be
better in 2.8 but only if it actually is)
I'm new to Scala but have been using Java for more than 10 years now.
One of the stumbling blocks that I am running into learning the
language is that the Scaladoc for many of the library classes is
nearly useless. The mutable LinkedList, for example is almost
impossible for a newbie to use because it is so completely unlike most
Java collections and the constructor is not listed in the Scaladoc.
So why aren't constructors listed in the Scaladoc? (though I haven't
yet progressed to the point where the syntax for the LinkedList class
makes sense yet, even if I have figured out how to use it)
And maybe some actual, even useful, descriptive text? If the answer is
"well, nobody has gotten around to it yet," I can understand that (and
will probably volunteer to help correct the problem, just as soon as I
can understand it myself)