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The http://www.headwaysoftware.com/products/structure101/plugin/">structure101 plug-in for Eclipse is a free companion to the http://www.headwaysoftware.com/products...
Last Updated on 28 June 2010 by pth
SSVChecker (Static Security Vulnerability Checker) is the Eclipse plug-in tool developed to aid software developers in identifying potential security vulnerabilities during...
Last Updated on 15 May 2010 by erichapkido
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Create Code Confidence with Goanna Studio....
Last Updated on 15 June 2011 by James Campbell
Sureassert UC is a free integrated Java unit testing solution for Eclipse. It presents a simple, quick approach to testing method contracts and offers many innovative features....
Last Updated on 8 July 2012 by Nathan Dolan
Do you spend a considerable part of your time on finding bugs and looking for the location of code for a feature? To solve your problem we have developed Jidebug, to have more...
Last Updated on 29 August 2014 by Jidebug Team
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ThreadSafe is an advanced static analysis product that focuses on concurrency issues in Java. Integrated with Eclipse, and running on Windows, Linux and OS X, it identifies and...
Last Updated on 8 June 2014 by Don Sannella
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CheckThread provides a thread annotation library and a static analysis engine detecting concurrency bugs at compile time. Expressing your Java code's threading policy through...
Last Updated on 2 December 2009 by JoeNearBoston
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Kaveri provides a tool for performing static slicing of Java programs. Using Kaveri, the user can select a program point p and find all the program points that may depend on or...
Last Updated on 6 January 2014 by Venkatesh Prasad Ranganath
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API Decorator for Java files to indicate the visibility of the top level class of the file. The visibility is needed to make educated decisions on the overall API Design of...
Last Updated on 21 June 2010 by hotzst
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JNorm is a static java code analysis tool. It detects areas of code which could be replaced by functions from existing open source libraries. This can help to make the code more...
Last Updated on 2 December 2009 by andrei_oleinik