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Eclipse and Javadoc

Todd Johnson
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Joined: Sep 03, 2005
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I love having the javadoc pop up in Eclipse, but trying to set up the javadoc location for library jars is a nightmare.

For example, I'm currently writing web services using Apache Axis 2.0. The Apache Axis 2.0 distribution comes with 37 jar files. So if I want javadoc to show up for all those jar files, I have to run down the javadoc location of each one and update each jar file by hand to specify the javadoc location, right? Is there an easier way?
 
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