Tag Archives: JDT

Improved JDT Filtered PackageExplorer (for Eclipse 4.2.1)

I updated my JDT Filtered Package Explorer. It should now also work with ‘Top Level Elements > Working Sets’ as top level and should also the native “Cancel” button of the platform. Just for reference to use the native cancel … Continue reading

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The next e4 killer feature? JDT on the move

Some people say that the Eclipse support for alternative JVM based languages is not best in class. Therefore I think it is great news that Olivier Thomann from the JDT team indicated that might open up JDT to better support … Continue reading

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Eclipse Papercut #6 – Modifying Mylyn Context

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Eclipse Papercut #3 – Plugin to find unused methods

In this episode of Eclipse Papercuts we will look at how we can analyse our own code to find “dead” code in your projects. We will write a plug-in to find methods which are not called (within the workspace). Of … Continue reading

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Eclipse Papercut #1 – The annoying creation of the project package

Extending the Eclipse Package Explorer to create a project specific package. Continue reading

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Eclipse: Filter / Exclude certain packages during “Organize Imports”

The Eclipse “Organize Import” Feature (Cntr+Shift + O) allows to automatically import the packages which are used in a program. If there are several options Eclipse suggests all available classes and the user has to select the right one. If … Continue reading

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