Eclipse JDT Tutorials

JDT is supported by 3 pillars: Java Model, Search Engine, and AST. It is a handy tool for manipulating Java source code. However, the handy tool comes with a steep learning curve even for an experienced Java developer and there are just not enough proper code examples. This page summarizes the code examples for using Eclipse JDT.

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  1. Cheng on 2013-6-15

    Great tutorials! Thanks very much!

  2. Richard Le on 2014-3-19

    Hello X Wang,

    Could you please to help me answer the following question?

    Thank you in advance

  3. xiao on 2014-6-7

    extremely helpful. Thank you!

  4. Kadir on 2015-1-12

    Thank you for your helpful article(Find all callers of a method – get all methods that call a particular method) .However , My project is written in J2SE 1.3 version and i cannot change the version because of hardware reasons.Do you have any idea or any technique for finding all callers of a method in java 1.3 version.Could you please to help me answer the following question?

  5. Nivas on 2015-1-24

    I need JDT program to add braces for single if statements.

  6. bniyaseen on 2015-2-26

    i need a help in AStparser
    can you?
    i implementing aspect mining tool as project in my course study
    using clustering algorithm
    the data should cluster is from java code
    contain all method and for each method how many invoked or called in source
    inside which class application the called happend
    can i do this using ASTparrser?

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