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6769027: Source line should be displayed immediately after the first diagnostic line Summary: Added support for customizing diagnostic output via API/command line flags Reviewed-by: jjg
author mcimadamore
date Fri, 13 Feb 2009 11:57:33 +0000
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#!/bin/sh

#
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# @test
# @summary Verify the basic execution of the bootstrap javadoc tool.

TESTSRC=${TESTSRC:-.}
TOPDIR=${TESTSRC}/../../..

rm -rf doc
mkdir doc
${TOPDIR}/dist/bootstrap/bin/javadoc -d doc "${TESTSRC}"/../HelloWorld.java

( cd doc ; find . -type f -print | LANG=C sort) > javadoc.tmp

if diff ${TESTSRC}/../HelloWorld.javadoc.gold.txt javadoc.tmp ; then
    echo "Test passed."
else
    echo "Test failed."
    exit 1
fi