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A member of our team found a reference to an "MIF Doclet" on http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/products/mifdoclet/. They claim it
lets you generate MIF files from the Javadoc, and you can open these in
Frame (and convert them to RTF, PDF, or whatever). Sounds too good to be
true. I wonder how much tweaking of the Frame files you need to do.
Have you tried this? (We're still waiting for our Frame to arrive, so we
can't experiment at the moment....)