Imma keep it a buck 50. Idk what I'm doing. The only reason why this was made was because I hate typing in the terminal and when I reached out to Keegan Bruer (the person who created the other Javadoc Generator), despite his best attempts to help me, I couldn't get it to work. Thus I created this by following the Web Dev Tutorial and using GPURI's method under a discussion board on how to "Run commands in the terminal from VSCode extension".
This extension simply compiles creates Javadocs for all in classes in a package. Sorry about all the other junk that gets created by doing this, thats just what happens when you call it.
It should be mentioned that you'll need to add %JAVA_HOME%\bin to your PATH so here's a helpful guide: https://www.thewindowsclub.com/set-java_home-in-windows-10. Even if you don't install this, at least with this link you can get Javadoc working in the terminal.
I might make changes in the future if this breaks but again idk what I'm doing exactly. With this, idk if I'm violating any rules or something of how extensions get posted so sorry vscode if I do that. I highly doubt anyone will see this though so I hope I'm good.