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The eclipse-pmd plug-in integrates the well-known source code analyzer PMD into the Eclipse IDE. Everytime you save your work, eclipse-pmd scans your source code and looks for potential problems like possible bugs and suboptimal, duplicate, dead or overly complicated code. Where possible, eclipse-pmd offers quick fixes that automatically fix the problems. These quick fixes can be used to fix a single problem or all occurrences in your entire code base.
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Submitted by Uwe Peuker on Mon, 2014-08-18 03:47
neither the DND nor the URL from the website works?
Submitted by Jay Xu on Thu, 2014-06-12 06:24
I installed this plugin in my Luna, but found nowhere to config/use it
Submitted by Bob Fields on Wed, 2014-07-30 11:02
I ran into the same issue. See stackoverflow.com/questions/24880472/howto-use-pmd-plugin-in-eclpise-4-3-running-on-java-8/25039721#25039721. The fix (dated 7/22) is available from their build snapshot repository, will be in the next PMD plugin release.
Submitted by Philip Graf on Sat, 2014-08-16 03:34
The PMD plugin mentioned in the Stackoverflow question (PMD plugin for Eclipse) is not the same as this one (eclipse-pmd). This plugin works well with JDK 8.
The eclipse-pmd website has instructions on how to configure eclipse-pmd.
Submitted by Fabrice Daugan on Tue, 2013-12-17 05:01
This plugin woks well, the main reason I use it, is the enablement and the cache of rules are not linked to a workspace state as the other PMD plugin.
This ensure the whole team use the last rules definition.
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