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Can I get a offline copy/archive of Selenium Webdriver Javadoc API which is available here so that I can bind the same to my Eclipse IDE for offline use?

A ready-made HTML archive will be appreciated instead of any suggestion to copy the entire site using any Web-spider software :-)

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It's in git so you could do a sparse checkout to get the JavaDoc part of the repo only. This blog post about sparse checkouts goes through it in a reasonable amount of detail:

http://blog.quilitz.de/2010/03/checkout-sub-directories-in-git-sparse-checkouts/comment-page-1/#comment-3146

Or you could download them from maven central:

http://repo1.maven.org/maven2/org/seleniumhq/selenium/selenium-server/2.32.0/

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