XHTML Doclet is a standards-compliant alternative to the Javadoc standard HTML doclet. It revises the document structure to exclude outdated tags and inline styles, creates valid XHTML markup, and provides better hooks for more flexible CSS manipulation.
|Tags||Software Development Documentation|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This is a bugfix and cleanup release with a lot of refactoring and organization. It improves the build script, property fetching, and Eclipse project settings. It has reduced dependence on platform-specific commands in the build script. Any active development should migrate to this release. (Note: the Doclet starting class has changed to "net.sourceforge.xhtmldoclet.Doclet".)
Release Notes: This release contains mainly "under the hood" fixes. It includes lots of code refactoring, optimization, commenting, etc. It does clear up a few cosmetic issues, but does not resolve several known outstanding bugs.
Release Notes: Main navigation is fully functional, and most pages are fairly complete, with a few still in skeleton phase. The backbone is in place, and document generation is successful. The primary areas needing work right now are the class summary and class use pages, as well as the deprecated and serialized form pages.