DocFlex/Doclet is a template-driven multi-format Javadoc doclet. It is a freeware edition of DocFlex/Javadoc, which is the rapid doclet development tool. DocFlex/Doclet can be used a free interpreter of custom DocFlex/Javadoc templates, which implement particular doclets. In addition, DocFlex/Doc includes the Standard Template Set, which makes it simply a ready-to-use multi-format doclet.
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XHTML Doclet 0.4
XHTML Doclet is a standards-compliant alternative to the Javadoc standard HTML doclet. It revises the document structure to exclude outdated tags and inline styles, creates valid XHTML markup, and provides better hooks for more flexible CSS manipulation.
DocFlex/Javadoc is an innovative tool for rapid development of professional quality Javadoc doclets.
Doclets are programmed in the form templates using a graphic Template Designer. Further, the main template is passed as an argument to a special interpreter called DocFlex Doclet, which, at the same time, serves the role of an ordinary Javadoc doclet. Once launched by Javadoc, the DocFlex Doclet connects to the Doclet API and by interpreting...
classdoc is a Java reverse engineering API documentation generator based on the Java Doclet API.It generates javadoc-style HTML files or other documentation formats without source code from compiled .class/.jar files ONLY.
Codex Code Generator rc
Codex is a code generator based on a central MetaModel which can be created via multiple channels: reflection, Doclet, XML/XMI, etc. because it offers a generic Loader concept. The templates are similiar to JSPs and allow to use the full power of Java.
EJBDoclet is a JavaDoc plugin (Doclet) that generates EJB related source files from an EJB bean source file that has been JavaDoc commented by using special EJBDoclet tags. EJBDoclet has retired, http://sourceforge.net/projects/xdoclet is the substitute.
This doclet implementation allows the user to filter documentation elements from the javadoc. A tag "@exclude" will remove a method/class from the generated javadoc. The filter will also allow to generate a doc containing the elements of a version only
JDiff - HTML report of API differences 1.1.1
JDiff is a Javadoc doclet which emits an HTML report of all the packages, classes, methods, and so on, which are different (the "diff" part) when two Java APIs are compared. Great for reporting what has changed between two releases of your product.
This is a javadoc doclet which produces PDF output for a given Java API, using another SourceForge project, "iText". It requires nothing more than some JAR files for creating PDF files. Forget about all the fuss of having to create MIF output first
The PublishedApiDoclet is a javadoc doclet, that acts as a filter in font of a second doclet, that generates output. It selects the methods, fields, classes and packages to be documented using arbitrary tags (i.e. @pad.include-tag or @exclude-tag).
XDoclet is an extended Javadoc Doclet engine. It's a generic Java tool that lets you create custom Javadoc @tags and based on those @tags generate source code or other files (such as xml-ish deployment descriptors) using a template engine it provides.