JET templates may contain comments between the characters
Comments have no impact on the execution of the template, except that they may influence
whitespace stripping rules.
JET comments are copied to the generated Java class as Java line comments.
JET templates accept two special tags in the first non-blank line of a comment. The tag '@header' will cause the comment to be emitted as the file header comment for the generated Java class. This can be useful for inserting copyright notices into the generated Java code. The tag '@class' will cause the comment to be emitted as the class Java doc comment for the generated Java class.
Comments may span several lines, and may contain any text. The following are examples of a JET comments:
<%-- @header This comment will appear as the file header comment in the generated Java code --%> <%-- @class This comment will appear as the Java class doc comment in the generated Java code --%> <%-- This comment will not appear in the template output --%> <%-- This directive is not used <%@taglib id="org.eclipse.jet.controlTags" prefix="cc"%> --%>
Comments may not appear within other JET elements. The following are illegal comments:
<%@taglib id="org.eclipse.jet.controlTags" <%-- illegal comment --%> prefix="cc" %>
To emit the characters
<%-- in a templates
<\%--. To emit
The following is an example of an escaped JET comments:
<\%-- this will show in the template output --%\>