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how to javadoc this way?

 
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hi all,
please have a look at here
how can v generate JavaDoc in this custom color fashion? do v have to write custom doclet OR is there a configuration file or something v can just change to apply different colors and all???
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maulin
 
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Just hack the style sheet. Here is the style sheet for that site:
javadoc-style.css
 
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Or you can use The Java2HTML Tool.
 
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thanks Michael and Marilyn,
i'd have a look at each of them. i's too sick/weak for looking for a stylesheet and all now, i'm okay...
thanks.
maulin
 
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hi michael
it works like charm!!
i looked at Java2HTML. sounds like a good project. i know my friends who uses similar Linux utility for C/C++ files and they just "hack" and rename .java to .cpp and it seems to work!!! but of course Java2HTML would be proper way of doing things...
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maulin
 
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