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The eclipse-pmd plug-in integrates the well-known source code analyzer PMD into the Eclipse IDE. Everytime you save your work, eclipse-pmd scans your source code and looks for potential problems like possible bugs and suboptimal, duplicate, dead or overly complicated code. Where possible, eclipse-pmd offers quick fixes that automatically fix the problems. These quick fixes can be used to fix a single problem or all occurrences in your entire code base.
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Submitted by Top Kat on Sun, 2018-12-16 16:34
Can install current PMD version on Photon but it produces no output on running when the Photon Jvava is version 10.
Always behind the curve on code analysis is Eclipse . . .
Submitted by Top Kat on Sun, 2018-12-16 16:22
Apparently, users applying Java 10 on Eclipse Photon will be able to install PMD current version 4.0.17 but it will not produce any analysis output after running it.
When oh when do starving Eclipse users get a real running code analyzer ?
Submitted by Ashutosh Sharma on Wed, 2018-02-07 20:25
It's getting enabled but not working as expected. Eclipse should check the plug-in before making it available officially. Doesn't work on Windows as well as Mac O/S with Java 8
Submitted by German Pabon on Mon, 2018-02-26 05:25
On youtube search this video: "PMD Tool Demonstration - Eclipse Plugin"
Follow these steps and you will succeed ;)
Submitted by Uwe Peuker on Mon, 2014-08-18 03:47
neither the DND nor the URL from the website works?
Submitted by Jay Xu on Thu, 2014-06-12 06:24
I installed this plugin in my Luna, but found nowhere to config/use it
Submitted by Bob Fields on Wed, 2014-07-30 11:02
I ran into the same issue. See stackoverflow.com/questions/24880472/howto-use-pmd-plugin-in-eclpise-4-3-running-on-java-8/25039721#25039721. The fix (dated 7/22) is available from their build snapshot repository, will be in the next PMD plugin release.
Submitted by Philip Graf on Sat, 2014-08-16 03:34
The PMD plugin mentioned in the Stackoverflow question (PMD plugin for Eclipse) is not the same as this one (eclipse-pmd). This plugin works well with JDK 8.
The eclipse-pmd website has instructions on how to configure eclipse-pmd.
Submitted by Fabrice Daugan on Tue, 2013-12-17 05:01
This plugin woks well, the main reason I use it, is the enablement and the cache of rules are not linked to a workspace state as the other PMD plugin.
This ensure the whole team use the last rules definition.