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XDoclet and custom templating languages

 
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Is XDoclet extensible enough to plug into it custom languages?
The other way, is it possible to develop new xdoclet tags using eg. Velocity or Jelly?
 
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Yes, you could write a template tag that processed it's body using another templating system. I recall Erik Hatcher mentioning just such a tag earlier this year at a conference, but I'm not quite sure what ever happened to it. I'll see if I can track down some more information on it.
 
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