|Hypercyber... Steal this JDK 1.0.2 quick reference||Download the Docs Java?|
Steal this JDK 1.0.2 quick reference! Part of the Java documentation from Sun is a list of all Java methods and variables, sorted alphabetically, in one big file. The identifiers in that big index are linked to their description in the class documentation in the same directory. It's a great tool to answer arbitrary Java programming `How-To' questions.
Unfortunately, the file is 370 K large; too large to navigate it with a scroll bar, let alone use over a network. What I miss most about the document is a class quick reference. There used to be a hierarchical list of interfaces and other classes in a file named tree.html, but even that one's gone in the 1.0.2 release. Besides, I want an alphabetical index, not a hierarchical one - if I look for information about a class, I don't care, or perhaps don't know, which superclass it is derived from.
Here is a drop-in replacement for the index of the JDK 1.0.2 documentation's apibook/ directory that fixes all those things.
HTML and PostScript docs on language, api, and byte code.
The repository. Sample applets to copy and play with.
Independent, large index for everything.