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    Question How to generate javadoc from XXXsource.zip

    Hi everyone,

    I'm a real novice in Java (started learning a month ago). I'm using Eclipse Indigo.

    So here's the thing: I've downloaded a XXX-source.zip and now wanna convert it directly into XXX-javadoc.zip

    Is there an easy way to do so?

    Thanks in advance!!

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    Default Re: How to generate javadoc from XXXsource.zip

    You can use the javadoc command to create the javadoc.

    Extract your zip file first. Say you extract it into a directory named source. The package of your source for instance com.mycompany.program. The simplest command to create the javadoc is:


    javadoc com.mycompany.program -sourcepath source

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    Default Re: How to generate javadoc from XXXsource.zip

    Also at www.javaprogrammingforums.com

    Please read the Be Forthright article which applies to all internet forums. I would add to what is said there that we are human beings not an automated process. While it is perfectly valid to send the same query to multiple search engines, here you are starting a *discussion*: a to and fro of comments, questions and opinions. It is polite to let everybody taking part in that discussion know what else is being said, and reasonable for those who spend their time and energy responding to expect to be told where else the discussion is taking place.

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    Default Re: How to generate javadoc from XXXsource.zip

    Quote Originally Posted by wsaryada View Post
    You can use the javadoc command to create the javadoc.

    Extract your zip file first. Say you extract it into a directory named source. The package of your source for instance com.mycompany.program. The simplest command to create the javadoc is:


    javadoc com.mycompany.program -sourcepath source
    Thanks a lot! It works. ;)

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    Default Re: How to generate javadoc from XXXsource.zip

    Quote Originally Posted by pbrockway2 View Post
    Also at www.javaprogrammingforums.com

    Please read the Be Forthright article which applies to all internet forums. I would add to what is said there that we are human beings not an automated process. While it is perfectly valid to send the same query to multiple search engines, here you are starting a *discussion*: a to and fro of comments, questions and opinions. It is polite to let everybody taking part in that discussion know what else is being said, and reasonable for those who spend their time and energy responding to expect to be told where else the discussion is taking place.
    Thanks for the reminding. I don't know the rules previously.

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    Default Re: How to generate javadoc from XXXsource.zip

    No problem.

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