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Snipmatch is a snippet completion engine that gets its snippets directly from a remote code snippet repository hosted at eclipse.org. To search for snippets simply press Ctrl + Alt + Space inside the Java editor and enter your search terms:
Leveraging Eclipse's powerful built-in support for the JFace template language, snippets (once inserted) automatically add missing imports, allow on the fly renaming of inserted variables, guess best-matching existing local variables and fields for template variables, and much more:
Snipmatch belongs to the Eclipse Code Recommenders tool family for Java Developers and is build around the concept of leveraging the community to continuously grow its snippet repository. So, if you do miss a snippet, you can simply create one with the powerful snippet editor and contribute it back to Eclipse - and so give back to the community by sharing your creations for everyone to use!
At the time writing, Snipmatch's snippet repository hosted at eclipse.org offers more than one hundred code snippets showing how to use classes of the Java Runtime like Locks, Threads etc. but also offers a fair amount of snippets for the SWT and JFace framework. It's open to snippets for any framework. You may also use Snipmatch in-house for your own code snippets. See the contributors guide below for details.
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