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WYSIWYG JavaDoc comment editor implemented as an Eclipse view plugin with a seamless, real-time link to the active JDT editor.
Provides a useful complement of word processing styled functions appropriate for composing and revising JavaDoc content. All JavaDoc editing is reflected, in real-time, as appropriately HTML styled JavaDoc content in the JDT editor.
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Submitted by Bernhard Götz on Wed, 2018-05-23 08:34
The ui seems a bit rusty. The toolbar icons do not look like eclipse icons. In my opinion the default toolbar position should be "above" not "below".
Other than that I like it.
Submitted by Christian Sell on Wed, 2012-06-27 09:17
after installing about 2 hours ago, I can say that in principle this is a nice plugin - in fact one that should have been part of the base product for a long while. I always thought that writing
and tags in my javadoc is somewhat out-of-time.
However, at the end of my testing period I tried to insert a paragraph, at first using the provided Button. That inserted 2 empty lines, but no real paragraph. I then went ahead and edded the paraph by hand directly in the Javadoc, and bam!, the eclipse process was blocked in an endless loop, presumably in JDocEditor's HTML parsing code.
To conclude: nide tool, but beware of inserting
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