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Subject:RE: exporting Javadoc From:"Keith Soltys" <ksoltys -at- home -dot- com> To:"Teri A. Ward" <taw0200 -at- eeidf002 -dot- ca -dot- boeing -dot- com>, "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Thu, 9 Mar 2000 19:24:42 -0500
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> From: bounce-techwr-l-9798 -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com
> [mailto:bounce-techwr-l-9798 -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com]On Behalf Of Teri A. Ward
> Sent: Monday, March 06, 2000 8:56 PM
> To: TECHWR-L
> Subject: RE: exporting Javadoc
> Keith wrote
> >>A member of our team found a reference to an "MIF Doclet" ...
> 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
Actually, I don't think it was me who wrote that, but I'll attempt an answer
anyway, since it was in my reply.
I think the term doclet is a modification of the term applet, which is a
Java program. Hence doclet, a Java program that produces documentation.