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- #summary A guide to installing JsDoc Toolkit.
- #labels Deprecated
- = Installing JsDoc Toolkit =
- This is easy. !JsDoc Toolkit will run on any computer that can run Java, including Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.
- = Requirements =
- * You must have Java installed in order to run !JsDoc Toolkit. Go to the official [http://www.java.com/en/download/index.jsp Java Download Page] to find out how to get Java if you don't already have it.
- * You must download the latest copy of !JsDoc Toolkit from [http://code.google.com/p/jsdoc-toolkit/downloads/list the official download page].
- * You _should_ verify that the !JsDoc Toolkit zip file you downloaded has not been corrupted or tampered with before unzipping it. The SHA-1 Checksum value for every downloadable file on Google Projects is available on the same page with the download link. To run the check on Windows, use the [http://www.labtestproject.com/win/sha1sum.html sha1sum tool]. The command would look similar to the example below. The long string of characters generated by your sha1sum program should match the signature shown on the google-code download page.
- C:\Program Files>sha1sum.exe \TEMP\Downloaded\jsdoc_toolkit-1.0.2.zip
- b17fc09840eb5e421b1d2c1c99e34f0b99edc9ba \TEMP\Downloaded\jsdoc_toolkit-1.0.2.zip
- * Mac OS X and Linux users can use `openssl` to perform the same task. See this [http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=75510 description of using openssl to verify a SHA-1 digest] for more detail.
- * The !JsDoc Toolkit [http://code.google.com/p/jsdoc-toolkit/downloads/list distribution] is compressed usingthe [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zip_archive zip archive] format in order to make it faster to download. You must have a tool for decompressing zip files in order to use !JsDoc Toolkit. These are widely available for nearly every platform.
- = Installation =
- If you have Java and you've unzipped your !JsDoc Toolkit download, you're finished! Everything you need to run !JsDoc Toolkit is contained in the jsdoc-toolkit folder.
- You'll now need to pop open a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Command_line_interpreter command prompt] and change your working directory to the jsdoc-toolkit folder. To learn what command line options are available to run !JsDoc Toolkit visit the CmdlineOptions wiki page.