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IDE's and XDoclet

 
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HI,
Is XDoclet a standalone utility or it depends on things like ANT?
Does XDoclet have some added benefits when using IDE's?
Is XDoclet integration with some IDE covered in your book?
Thanks in advance.
[ December 09, 2003: Message edited by: Mcgill smith ]
 
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You need an Ant (or maven) based build system to use XDoclet out of the box.
We do talk about IDEs and XDoclet in chapter 13. We show basic configuration in IDEA and in Eclipse using the JBoss IDE. One thing I'm very excited about is Apple's Xcode IDE. It ships with XDoclet support. You can get an XDoclet project going from scratch in about 2 minutes.
I talked aa bit about it recently in my blog. Xcode wasn't released until after we completed the book so we couldn't cover it. But if you run OS X and want to see what XDoclet is about with almost no effort, then take a look.
 
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