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This was my very first Eclipse plugin. It's a useful little plugin that adds submenu to the popup context menu of the Java Editor, "Add Logging".

Boneclipse-logging

This was my very first Eclipse plugin. It's a useful little plugin that adds submenu to the popup context menu of the Java Editor, "Add Logging". Under this, you can chose to automatically add error or debug logging statements. At this point in time, it is Log4J specific.

Updated! Version 1.0.2 has some minor revisions to the preferences page, but primarily is a release for those wishing to use the plugin in Eclipse 3.0-M6 and beyond. If you are still using Eclipse 2.1 or earlier milestone releases of 3.0, use version 1.0.1.

Click here to go detail page: http://www.bonevich.com/boneclipse-master/boneclipse-logging/

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Posted on: July 16, 2011

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