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Java to Html Output Tool ??

 
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Can anyone recommend a tool that I can use to output Java source code into a syntax highlighted HTML representation ?
 
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If you are looking to get a syntax-colored web display of Java source code and you're running Unix/Linux, the "enscript" utility will do the trick - it's whats usually used by the CVS/Subversion online archive browser apps.

You can also run enscript under Windows via cygwin.
 
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Try the Java2Html.
It�s also an Eclipse plugin
 
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