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This plug-in from the Eclipse JDT UI team provides a view to visualize the AST (abstract syntax tree) of a Java file open in the editor. Navigate from text selection to AST nodes and from nodes to ...
Source Code Analyzer, Programming Languages, Languages, IDE
Last Updated on Friday, January 13, 2023 - 10:09 by Dani Megert
This marketplace solution provides Java 19 support for Eclipse 2022-09 (4.25). To install the feature place ensure you have the latest Eclipse release, which is 4.25.
You can also install this f...
IDE, Tools, Languages
Last Updated on Friday, January 13, 2023 - 10:07 by Jay Arthanareeswaran
This plug-in from the Eclipse JDT UI team provides a view to visualize the Java elements in Eclipse's Java model. The view shows the result of many method calls on model elements either as chil...
IDE, Tools, Programming Languages, Source Code Analyzer, Languages
The Eclipse Tomcat Plugin provides simple integration of a tomcat servlet container for the development of java web applications. This project is the successor of the original Sysdeo Tomcat Plugin....
Build and Deploy, J2EE Development Platform, IDE, Application Server, Web
Last Updated on Thursday, July 28, 2022 - 15:32 by Markus Keunecke
lambda4jdt 2012 version of lambda4jdt. Eclipse plugin to fold anonymous inner classes as lambdas in Java Editor. * Support for Eclipse Indigo SR2 3.7.2 * Remove need for marker comment, simplify to...
Source Code Analyzer, Editor
Last Updated on Monday, February 4, 2019 - 13:57 by Eugene Lucash
Launch build, execute Java class, run Jetty or Tomcat6 by right-clicking pom.xml (or pom2.xml). Project does not need to be Maven project. Just pom.xml would be enough. (The project may be General,...
Editor, Tools, Build and Deploy
Last Updated on Friday, January 15, 2021 - 10:12 by Paul Verest