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== The MAIN Doclet ==
 
== The MAIN Doclet ==
  
Generates an HTML page for the "'''main(String[])'''" method (or any other method) of each of the specified classes. This is useful for command line tools with a set of command line options. Converted to plain text (e.g. with the [[html2txt]] utility), that documentation is perfect for a self description that a command line utility would print in response to '''--help'''.
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Generates an HTML page for the <code>main(String[])</code> method (or any other method) of each of the specified classes. This is useful for command line tools with a set of command line options. Converted to plain text (e.g. with the [[html2txt]] utility), that documentation is perfect for a self description that a command line utility would print in response to <code>--help</code>.
  
 
[[MAIN doclet|Read more...]]
 
[[MAIN doclet|Read more...]]

Latest revision as of 16:47, 12 February 2017

This site makes several doclets publicly available which I wrote for my personal needs, but are hopefully useful for others. Enjoy!

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[edit] The ANT Doclet

Generates (JAVADOC-like) HTML documentation for APACHE ANT antlibs.

The motivation for writing this doclet is to ease the maintenance of the documentation for the Antology antlib.

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[edit] The CheckStyle Doclet

Generates (JAVADOC-like) HTML documentation and the metadata files for CheckStyle and Eclipse-CS plugin-ins from "doc tags" in the source code of your checks and filters.

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[edit] The JAVADOC Doclet

A re-implementation of the JAVADOC standard doclet, basically a reference to show how to use the "no-template" framework.

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[edit] The MAIN Doclet

Generates an HTML page for the main(String[]) method (or any other method) of each of the specified classes. This is useful for command line tools with a set of command line options. Converted to plain text (e.g. with the html2txt utility), that documentation is perfect for a self description that a command line utility would print in response to --help.

Read more...

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