It was a few years ago, waaaaaaay back in 96, but if its any kind of help my final year project was to design a hypertext documentation system for Java.
All it did was take Java source files, and parse them to produce html output, where instances were linked to take you to the definition of that class, and class definitions were linked to take you to a list of instances of that class. 2 way linkage. Similarly for methods etc. I also added in code colorisation, so comments came up green, strings in blue etc. Doesn't sound that innovative now, but it was quite cool at the time. AND most of the things I had in there can now be seen in any good IDE. Ahead of my time... :-) One thing I did, and I assume you have to do something similar, is an evaluation in your project report. I made the source code available on my web page at university, and got folk on various java newsgroups to evaluate it for me. So not only did that section of the report get virtually written for me, but I got some fantastic feedback and ideas. Just my 2p... ========================================== Richard Black Systems Programmer, DataVisibility Ltd - http://www.datavisibility.com Tel: 0141 435 3504 Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php