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Partitioning the source code into sections, using comments as headers, is a common way of improving code readability, yet tedious to perform and ignored by the standard Java browsing views in Eclipse 3.0. The Protocols plug-in solves these problems.

Protocols

     

Partitioning the source code into sections, using comments as headers, is a common way of improving code readability, yet tedious to perform and ignored by the standard Java browsing views in Eclipse 3.0. The Protocols plug-in solves these problems.

With the Protocols plug-in, grouping is manifested both through a new Java Browser view and in the source code as headers. The plug-in offers drag & drop for editing group membership, an alternative "Sort Members" operation that takes headers into account, and a choice of standard header names for quick selection.

Both browser oriented and source code oriented programmers are thereby offered the benefits of grouping while not having to pay the price of manually managing this in the source code.

For more information click this link.

http://www.bergner.se/protocols/

 

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Posted on: February 28, 2008

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