I mean a downloadable bundle of html documents. It would be nice if I could use the javadocs for the whole package offline. I'm using a modem on the house's only phone line. It's slow & costly & the kids keep running up to me with exasperated expressions and asking when I'm going to get off the phone.
If you unpack the jar file, you can run javadoc on the source files it contains. That's what I did when I started the objects and classes trail of the drive. I'll post a JavaRanchCommon JavaDoc download from our test server.
Elouise; Have you checked into DSL? I eliminated an entire phone line after getting it. Now I have reasonably high speed access with concurrent use of the phone on one line. doco
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Nothing but modem service is available where we live but ADSL is promised soon. Maybe next summer. We've already signed on the dotted line to subscibe just as soon as its available. The whole family (5 internet users, 1 line) is looking forward to it VERY much. [ February 25, 2003: Message edited by: Elouise Kivineva ]