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My JavaDoc tool has gone missing in Eclipse

Kevin P Smith
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Joined: Feb 18, 2005
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Has anyone had this before, where their 'generate javaDoc' option has disappeared from their 'Project' menu in Eclipse?

The options are still there under preferances, but I have no actual option to generate the JavaDocs. It was there a week ago, just decided to run it again (as the code has chaged a fair bit and wanted to update my docs) and noticed it's just disappeared.

Any help greatly appreaciated

KS
Jesper de Jong
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Did you switch to a different perspective in Eclipse? Make sure you are in the Java perspective: select Window / Open Perspective / Java.


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kwon sun ah
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any other options? i noticed this as well.
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karthikeyan Chockalingam
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I upgraded to Eclipse 3.3.2 JEE today. I do find the Generate Javadoc option under Project even when changing Windows-->preferences
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