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From Alexandre Poitras <alexandre.poit...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: javadoc
Date Thu, 16 Feb 2006 23:51:47 GMT
I don't think it is possible for the moment. The location can be
stored under the reporting section of the dependency POM but you would
need the Eclipse plugin to read this information.

On 2/16/06, Pieter Vandepitte <Pieter.Vandepitte@cc.kuleuven.ac.be> wrote:
> Hi,
> i'm a newbie with a newbie question :) I installed the m2eclipse plugin
> from codehaus, setup my own remote repository, ... played with it etc...
>
> I have put some legacy jar files into my repository, and it's really
> easy now to add dependencies for these jar files in my
> maven-eclipse-project.
>
> Now the difficult part (for me). I have javadocs available for this
> legacy code (but no source code is available). How can I put them in the
> repository in a way that I can see the javadocs in my eclipse? I tried
> to create a jar of my javadocs and put it in my repository as
> <artifactId>-<version>-javadoc.jar, but it doesn't download to my local
> repository :(
>
> anyone done this before?
>
> best regards!
>
> btw, maven2 rulez!
>
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Alexandre Poitras
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