Thanks! –jmm Nov 18 '14 at 19:08 Still getting following error: "Constructing Javadoc information... Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Generate Javadoc error Android Studio up vote 16 down vote favorite 4 For some reason I cannot generate a javadoc with Android When using the command line, I don't get the errors. A Short Easy Addictive Riddle Why aren't sessions exclusive to an IP address?
Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. Please type your message and try again. KeithYokoma commented Apr 17, 2014 Adding the following statement makes the build successful for me when the library has any external dependencies. Quantifiers in lambda calculus When does bugfixing become overkill, if ever?
Try using the following command: javadoc -encoding utf-8 Alternatively, you can just use Unicode escapes (e.g. \u0000) instead of including Unicode characters directly. TestClassOne, TestClassTwo and TestClassThree are clearly examples of documented classes. That did it. Android Studio Generate Javadoc We need to figure out how to feed the list of dependencied into there.
This is semi-blessed by Xavier Ducrohet himself and thus semi-official: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/adt-dev/javadoc/adt-dev/seRizEn8ICA/bafEvUl6mzsJ">Fix for weird "package android.app does not exist" and "cannot find s… … …ymbol" error messages. Android Studio Javadoc Cannot Find Symbol After some time, I was able to figure it out finally and I am putting it as an answer here for any other person who finds the similar issue. Not really a solution, but a workaround: In the "Generate Javadoc..." wizard, check the option "Save the settings of this Javadoc export as an Ant script". It all depends on which Gradle commands one uses to do the builds (which is why you see one thing and I see another).
bleege added a commit that referenced this issue Feb 25, 2015 bleege #895