This plugin provide some useful facilities inside the Java development perspective:
- MethodView shows methods from the complete Java type
- EditorHistory maintains the history of Java files
(source/class) opened. This is written for Eclipse 2.0.x and now Eclipse 2.1.0 have very similar functions
(although the alphabetic order visited list may still be useful).
Some other facilities that are not Java specific:
- RegexReplace provides regex find and replace
functions in any text editors (including Java source files).
- RegexFind provides regex find functions to views with
TreeViewer or TableViewer.
- GotoOffset Action
- GotoOffset action goto the offset specified just like goto line action in Eclipse. Default
- Change Log Action
ChangeLogAction open an editor to the change log file specified in the JDT
preference page (default is
CHANGES). Default accelerator is
- An optional header can be inserted automatically to the change log file. The header format is
java.util.Formatter style, but instead of specifying by parameter position
%1 , ... etc.), fields are specifed with symbolic names:
%project for project name.
%path for file path relative to workspace.
%rpath for file path relative to project directory.
%filename for filename.
%modified for file modified timestamp.
%now for time when editor is being opened.
\t can be used to specify the corresponding control
characters in the log header format string. The action can be invoked on package explorer resource,
navigator resource or the active editor input.
- Version Status Action
VersionStatusAction action is similar to the
it also shows the status of the files under version control (
depends on whether
.svn directory exists) under the selected project.
Default key binding is
- Open File Action
OpenFileAction open file using the current selection in the workbench as the
file path (relative to the workspace root). A popup dialog allow editing of the selected path and selection
of editor. Default key binding is