Doclet for Annotation Driven Documentation
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Doclet for Annotation Driven Documentation


(at)-doclet allows you to document your project inside your code with Javadoc and generate a userfriendly maven site afterwards.

How it work's:

  1. Define annotations for different types you want do document, and write appropriate Javadoc.

  2. Define apt-templates for the different annotations.

  3. Configure your Maven Project to use the doclet.

  4. Generate your output.

Installation and usage

  1. Checkout the project.

  2. Install maven (if not yet done).

  3. run mvn install, to install the doclet in your local maven repository. (update about a central repository will be added soon).

  4. include the doclet in your projects.

A detailed documentation can be found in the project itself. Run mvn site && mvn site:run and you'll have a html page with all information you need.