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How to generate PDF from Javadoc?

 
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Hello!


My aim is to generate PDF document from prepared Javadoc in Eclipse.

I found a tool:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/pdfdoclet/
but it seems to work with old version of Maven. I wasn't able to set it up so far.

Also tried with:
http://java.sun.com/j2se/javadoc/mifdoclet/
but i get an Exception:
No such method found startGenerate


Any idea how to do this? Is there any other tool or how to use mentioned tools properly?


Regards
 
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The documentation also shows how to run it from a shell script. If all else fails, you can execute it as a Java process using that approach.
 
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