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Mars (4.5)
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Previous to Juno (<=4.1)
Neon (4.6)
Oxygen (4.7)
Photon (4.8)
2018-09 (4.9)

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Integrates JDepChk, the JVM class file dependency checker, directly into Eclipse. Highlights:

  • Smart highlighting of error locations (uses Eclipse's code search).
  • Fast incremental builder. Overhead is negligible.
  • Configured through per-project config file.

JDepChk is a dependency checker for Java virtual machine (JVM) class files. It can be used for any code that runs on the JVM. Highlights:

  • Specify components and dependencies using high-level rules.
  • Transitive dependencies (if B extends A, users of B inherit A).
  • Regular expression matchers and include/exclude lists.
  • Check for accesses to entire classes or individual members.
  • Multiple rule sets loadable from different files.
  • Very fast. Based on a stripped-down version of ASM's class reader.
  • Processes class files one by one (unlike some other such tools).

JDepChk was directly inspired by Macker, but is a lot faster and easier to use in typical scenarios (due to component-oriented rules).

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Eclipse Versions: 
Mars (4.5), Luna (4.4), Kepler (4.3), Juno (4.2, 3.8), Previous to Juno (<=4.1), Neon (4.6), Oxygen (4.7), Photon (4.8), 2018-09 (4.9)
Platform Support: 
Windows, Mac, Linux/GTK
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Date Created: 
Fri, 2011-04-15 04:38
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Date Updated: 
Thu, 2018-08-23 15:04
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