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PatternBox is a design pattern editor for Eclipse. It creates Java classes and interfaces that can be customized depending on your application needs. Most approaches to that issue are wizard-dominated. This means you have to complete the whole design pattern instance at once. Using PatternBox you have freedom and flexibility to add new pattern members whenever you like.
PatternBox provides a template based code generator. The generator makes intensive use of Eclipse's Java development tooling (JDT) and the Plug-in Development Environment (PDE). Both features must be available to run the plugin. The XML-based template mechanism makes it possible to define your own code templates. The current version of the plugin includes 16 design patterns of the Gang of Four (GoF). They are described in the book "Design Patterns, Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software".
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Submitted by Hayden Huang on Wed, 2018-06-06 00:08
I tried running the plugin in Spring Tool suits in ubuntu 16.04 and installed the plugin from the marketplace
but failed to execute after select Deign Pattern Wizard,
the error logs doesn't depict much infomation:
The selected wizard could not be started.Plug-in com.patternbox.eclipse.editor was unable to load class com.patternbox.eclipse.wizard.NewDesignPatternWizard.An error occurred while automatically activating bundle com.patternbox.eclipse.editor (1104).
Submitted by Edward Greenop on Wed, 2013-12-11 13:24
I was a little leery of this at first, but since I stared using it I love it. If you use the GOF patterns this is a must have time saver, you can even make your own custom patterns.
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