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I'd like to know more about the XDoclet mentioned in the book excerpts.
Is it a free download somewhere? Does it operate similar to an IDE.
 
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You can find XDoclet at http://xdoclet.sourceforge.net
Maybe this question should belong to the ANT forum since XDoclet
is really an ANT task.
Anyhow, XDoclet is primarily used to generate "boiler-plate" code.
It does this by scanning through your source for metadata information in the form of @tags (similiar to javadocs).
If this is what you are looking for, their web site can tell you more about it.
Hope this helps.
 
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