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Javadoc Printing

Posted on 2003-10-23
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I am trying to find a good way to print the contents of a javadoc.  I would like to be able to either print the entire javadoc at once (not one html file at a time) or convert the javadoc into one large html file or pdf for easy printing.  Does anyone know of a tool that can do this?

Thanks

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by:tomboshell
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If you are talking about printing the JavaDocs from the java source then I would want to know how many pages that would be (I'm guessing in the thousands somewhere!)

I don't know, but I am just plainly curious and listening....
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by:ShadowedOne
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I'm not looking to print the JavaDocs from the entire Java source, just an API that I have to work with.  I would like to have a hardcopy to be able to read/flip through.

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by:mightyone
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not sure, but did you ever try to open your index.html with word? this could take a while depending on your maschine and the file´s size

then print all?
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mvoelker earned 100 total points
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This is what you're looking for:

http://www.michael-a-fuchs.de/

It's a doclet that produces Docbook documents from Java sourcecode documentation (JavaDocs). You can then print it, convert do PDF or do whatever you like.

Also check http://doclet.com

Regards,

  - michael
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