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    Default Netbeans javadoc problem! Help please

    Hey,

    My favourite thing about Netbeans is its easy access to javadocs and its auto-fill features using javadocs.

    Now I have a package which is structured in folders eg....
    Filters/src/com/....
    etc and other subfolders, not just what I have put above.


    I need javadocs for this package I downloaded of the net.
    The java files in this have javadoc style comments on them. but what I downloaded has no html files .

    Can someone tell me how to extract all these javadocs from these folders so I can use them on netbeans.

    Thanks in advance,

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    I know how to add zip packages to netbeans, how do i make a zip package of the html javadoc files FROM the java package (which has NO html files)

    thanks

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    These java classes, are not my classes, they are a library i found online. There is java doc comments on all the .java files.

    So YES i want to be able to create javadoc from this :)

    and the purpose is so that I can use the shortcut CTRL+space and the autocomplete feature to look at java docs while im coding on netbeans.


    ps this library i found online has a online version of its javadocs but I cant add that to netbeans... well i dont know how

    thanks

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    So if you've java classes through the command line or through the NetBeans you can create javadocs.

    Load all your classes into a NetBeans project. Right click on the project and click Generate Javadoc. That's all.

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