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Demo - Testing plugin
CodingSpectator is a platform for collecting Eclipse usage data.
LogSaw is a high-performance log file viewer based on the Eclipse platform and powered under the hood by the fabulous Apache Lucene search engine.
Handles log files of almost unlimited size
MyLV - an Eclipse Plugin for working with logs directly from your Eclipse IDE. The main idea of MyLV is that you should be able to browse, view, search and perform other actions on your logs withou...
Set of small, but useful, features to Eclipse that I develop for my personal needs.
Copies the path of file or folder to the clipboard in Eclipse's Package Explorer/Naviga...
Eclipse Plug-in for tailing log files and eclipse consoles (e.g. SVN, Java Stack Trace, CDT), including syntax coloring with either a regular expression or a word match. It allows you to have multi...
This solution listing is an extension for impulse. The main impulse solution listing can be found here (with the option to install multiple extensions).
impulse is a powerful visualization and a...
Last Updated on Thursday, February 9, 2012 - 04:35 by Philipp Nanz
General Purpose Tools, Tools, Logging
Last Updated on Friday, September 9, 2011 - 07:27 by Matej agli?
Inserts java.util.logging-based logging code into class files. Where and what is inserted is controlled by rules that can be specified through annotations and a project properties page.
Application Server, Application Management, Build and Deploy, Application Development Frameworks, General Purpose Tools
Last Updated on Monday, September 17, 2012 - 08:10 by Arno Unkrig
Dealing with a heap of SIP logs to pin point a certain call might sometimes be a difficult journey. Interesting tools such as sipworkbench or sipx viewer already expose some functionalities to extr...
Logging, Application Server, Application Development Frameworks
Last Updated on Tuesday, May 8, 2012 - 10:43 by Missing name Mising name
GrepClipse is an easy way to filter an Eclipse console's content, or a file in the file system, through a regular expression as you'll do it on a *nix console through the commands grep -n [regexpr]...
Last Updated on Monday, February 4, 2019 - 13:53 by Claudio Mising name
Logging, Editor, Tools
Last Updated on Thursday, May 3, 2012 - 08:35 by Michael Elman
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