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       scaladoc - Documentation generator for the Scala 2 language


       scaladoc  [ <options> ] <source files>


              Command line options. See OPTIONS below.

       <source files>
              One or more source files to be compiled (such as MyClass.scala).


       The  scaladoc  tool reads class and object definitions, written in the Scala 2 programming
       language, and generates their API as HTML files.

       By default, the generator puts each HTML file in the same directory as  its  source  file.
       You can specify a separate destination directory with -d (see OPTIONS, below).

       The recognised format of comments in source is described in the online documentation


   Standard Options
       -d <directory>
              Specify where to generate documentation.

              Print product version and exit.

       -help  Print a synopsis of available options.

   Documentation Options
       -doc-title <title>
              Define  the  overall  title of the documentation, typically the name of the library
              being documented.

       -doc-version <version>
              Define the overall version number of the documentation, typically  the  version  of
              the library being documented.

       -doc-source-url <url>
              Define a URL to be concatenated with source locations for link to source files.

       -doc-external-doc <external-doc>
              Define  a  comma-separated  list  of  classpath_entry_path#doc_URL pairs describing
              external dependencies.

   Compiler Options
              Output messages about what the compiler is doing

              Indicate whether source should be compiled with deprecation  information;  defaults
              to off (accepted values are: on, off, yes and no)

              Available since Scala version 2.2.1

       -classpath <path>
              Specify  where  to  find  user class files (on Unix-based systems a colon-separated
              list of paths, on Windows-based systems, a semicolon-separate list of paths).  This
              does not override the built-in ("boot") search path.

              The  default class path is the current directory. Setting the CLASSPATH variable or
              using the -classpath command-line option overrides that default, so if you want  to
              include  the  current directory in the search path, you must include "." in the new

       -sourcepath <path>
              Specify where to find input source files.

       -bootclasspath <path>
              Override location of bootstrap class files (where to  find  the  standard  built-in
              classes, such as "scala.List").

       -extdirs <dirs>
              Override location of installed extensions.

       -encoding <encoding>
              Specify character encoding used by source files.

              The   default  value  is  platform-specific  (Linux:  "UTF8",  Windows:  "Cp1252").
              Executing the following code in the Scala interpreter will return the default value
              on your system:

                  scala> new


       scaladoc  returns  a  zero  exit  status  if it succeeds at processing the specified input
       files. Non zero is returned in case of failure.


       This version of Scaladoc was written  by  Gilles  Dubochet  with  contributions  by  Pedro
       Furlanetto  and  Johannes  Rudolph.  It  is based on the original Scaladoc (Sean McDirmid,
       Geoffrey Washburn, Vincent Cremet and St├ęphane Micheloud), on vScaladoc  (David  Bernard),
       as well as on an unreleased version of Scaladoc 2 (Manohar Jonnalagedda).


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