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From Hubert Rabago <hrab...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Use JavaDoc and XDoclet to create site description document
Date Thu, 24 Mar 2005 17:31:24 GMT
I remember there was a javadoc-like tool for Struts.  I googled
"struts doc" and found this: http://struts.sourceforge.net/strutsdoc/
I haven't used it yet, and no nothing about it, but you might wanna
check it out.


On Thu, 24 Mar 2005 11:59:53 -0500, Matt Hughes <mhughes@feith.com> wrote:
> I have a fairly large application (100+ actions) with all of the actions
> hard-coded into a struts-config.  I would like to move the mappings into
> the Action classes using XDoclet as well as adding some custom
> parameters such as:
>    @requires
>    @failsIf
>    ...etc
> 
> Then I would like some tool, presumbably XDoclet, to generate an XML
> file that includes the struts-mappings, any JavaDoc class documentation,
> as well as these custom XDoclet annotations.  I would then use XSL to
> transform the XML file into a site guide of sorts, a navigable guide to
> all the actions in my class and what they do, require, etc.  Has anyone
> embarked on anything like this and if so could you point me to some
> resources that might help.  So far, I have only used pre-defined XDoclet
> templetes.
>

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