A couple months ago we were told that
all API classes must have an @since tag, and of course at that time it
was 1.0. Removing them all now and adding them back in 1.0 seems like a
lot of unnecessary work, and I don't think renaming them all to 0.7 makes
sense either since we no longer have API declared in 0.7. Isn't there a
less change-intensive way to do this?
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06/21/2005 02:42 PM
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[wtp-dev] Cleanup @since
Our Javadoc is being looked at in preparation for our release review (July
6). Since all the API is provisional in 0.7, there should be no @since
tags in the Javadoc. Pls cleanup the Javadoc. Thx.