Re: exporting Javadoc

Subject: Re: exporting Javadoc
From: "Guy K. Haas" <ghaas -at- selectica -dot- com>
To: "Teri A. Ward" <taw0200 -at- eeidf002 -dot- ca -dot- boeing -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 06 Mar 2000 21:14:11 -0800


where it says, in part:

You can customize the content and format of Javadoc's output by using
doclets. Javadoc has a default "built-in" doclet, called the standard
doclet, that generates HTML-formatted API documentation. You can modify
or subclass the standard doclet, or write your own doclet to generate
HTML, XML, MIF, RTF or whatever output format you'd like

--Guy K. Haas gkhaas -at- usa -dot- net
Software Exegete in Silicon Valley

Tammie Ward wrote:
> Keith wrote
> ____________snip___________
> >>A member of our team found a reference to an "MIF Doclet" ...
> ____________snip___________
> Unfamiliar as I am with Java, I was intrigued by a
> new word in your post ... "doclet". Is this a really, really
> small document??? ;-)
> Tammie Ward
> teri -dot- a -dot- ward -at- boeing -dot- com

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