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Pete Freitag recently announced that he has built a site to provide simpler URLs for Sun's on-line JavaDoc. A quick look at the URLs he provides shows that they a natural match for Friki's "InterWiki" support. (see FrikiInterWiki)

To add JavaDoc support to your Friki 2.1 installation, simply do the following:

Go to your Friki data directory (the one you entered when you first started Friki)

Edit the file intermap.txt and add a line

tell Friki to ReloadFrikiConfigurations

Now you can add a JavaDoc link in any of your Friki pages simply by putting (for example) JavaDoc:java.lang.String or JavaDoc:javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet. Note that if there are two API classes with the same name, you will need to use the full package to get the right one, for example JavaDoc:java.awt.List.


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