I'm writing a class in Groovy, and I want to generate Groovydoc for it (from the command line). In my class, I've written documentation for the methods like this:
* Returns blah blah blah
groovydoc -classpath C:\groovyStuff\ -d . *.groovy
If the root of your source tree is
c:\groovyStuff\ you can use something like this...
groovydoc -sourcepath c:\groovyStuff -d . com.somepackage
-d . is a little peculiar because that is going to put the generated files in the current directory. That is what you used in your example but maybe you want something like
-d output or something similar.
Does that help?