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We can generate javadoc using javadoc tool.

However i am looking for a wizard or tool to generate javadoc in different formats - HTML, PDF.

I come across Aurigo but it was out-dated. Last update on 2004 (http://aurigadoclet.sourceforge.net/) also it doesn't support HTML

I come across Doxygen - http://www.doxygen.nl/index.html but doesn't seems to be easy for java

Please advise a better/good tool with easy steps.

Thanks.

  • javadoc produces HTML. Is your only requirement producing PDF? Please remove the "etc" or amke it explicit. Thanks! – Nicolas Raoul Feb 21 at 5:01
  • The PDF Doclet is slightly newer than aurigadoclet: pdfdoclet.sourceforge.net Not sure why you need a tool for HTML - the build-in doclet already generates HTML – a_horse_with_no_name Feb 21 at 14:27
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Doxygen seems to have more details but Doxygen Wizard is easy to configure and able to generate the doc.

32 bit and 64 bit - http://doxygen.nl/files/doxygen-1.8.17-setup.exe
64 Bit - http://doxygen.nl/files/doxygen-1.8.17.windows.x64.bin.zip
Manual for Doxygen Wizard - http://www.doxygen.nl/manual/doxywizard_usage.html
32 bit - http://doxygen.nl/files/doxygen-1.8.17.windows.bin.zip

If someone knows a better open source than Doxygen, please suggest else we can resolve this.

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