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Creating javadoc from src.zip

 
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Hi,
How to create javadoc from src.zip which contains .java files? I am javadoc (http://activemq.apache.org/maven/5.8.0/apidocs/index.html) like this but offline. What on ActiveMQ site is online.
 
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Take a look at the maven-site-plugin here but you would require a maven project for it.
 
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Hi.

Another way would be:

1) create empty project in IDE
2) import the *.zip into it (in eclipse FILE - IMPORT)
3) export it as javadoc (in eclipse FILE - EXPORT)

HTH!
 
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Thanks. I prefer NetBeans. I will try today.
 
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