Bouvard & Pécuchet is a Java code documentation tool. It is implemented with a Javadoc doclet and a Java Swing browser application. The doclet generates XML and binary data that the browser displays as indices, graphs, and HTML.
|Tags||Software Development Documentation|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Information about which methods override a method, and support for the new "assert" keyword were added. Several other minor enhancements and bugfixes were also applied, and the documentation was revised.
Release Notes: A 64Kb limit to the size of single comment blocks was removed. An old bug within the SAX parser interface of Pécuchet was fixed, finally achieving compatibility with the Crimson and Xerces 2.x XML parsers. The Bouvard Java parser grammar was relaxed to avoid refusing a couple of formally incorrect constructs that are usually accepted by Java compilers. Various other small bugs were fixed both in Bouvard and Pécuchet.
Release Notes: In this version, a new panel showing syntax highlighted Java source code, with hyperlinks to the known items, was added. A few minor modifications were also made and some bugs fixed.
Release Notes: A "-trim" option to include only classes/interfaces from the specified packages was added to Bouvard. New "Refers to" and "Is referred by" panels for each class/interface, progress indication during file loading, the ability to choose the XML parser, and the ability to specify a .bou file to open at startup were added to Pécuchet. Various bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: A number of errors concerning the JPEG export feature have been fixed.