User has specified the JSR-14 compiler in DrJava and is
writing a source file with generics. He opens the
Javadoc section of the Preferences window and checks
the "Allow generic types" checkbox. He can then choose
Javadoc All or Javadoc Current to generate Javadoc HTML
files for his generic source file.
If the option is enabled, we'll have to use their
selected JSR-14 compiler to generate Java source
without generics (with the "-s" flag) into a temporary
directory, and then run Javadoc over those files. The
resulting Javadoc will not have generics.
A much better alternative is to investigate the SinjDoc
tool at the address below, which appears to include
support for generics: