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Wednesday, September 28, 2005

JELDoclet: "JELDoclet uses Java's Doclet API to analyze a set of Java files, then exports the JavaDoc information in a structured XML (JEL) form."

After a lot of messing around with SourceForge software, I have finally - officially - contributed to my first open source project. Joyous.

All I can say is that I am glad that I started by contributing to a small project. Getting use to SourceForge's software definitely took some work. ...configuring ssh keys, cvs connections, compile farm connections, and releases was...well, non-standard for me.

...and JELDoclet is pretty cool. It converts javadocs into XML. I updated it to give it broader support for XML and better access to the Doclet API. Looking forward to my next Open Source project. I would really like to contribute to RSS Bandit...I just need to find the time.

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