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# Author: Denis Roy
# Date: 2005-11-07
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$pageTitle = "Eclipse Java development tools (JDT) Overview";
$pageKeywords = "developer, XML, Java, Web development, Security, e-business";
$pageAuthor = "JDT/Core Team";
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<h1><?= $pageTitle ?></h1>
<p>The JDT project contributes
a set of plug-ins that add the capabilities of a full-featured Java IDE
to the Eclipse platform. The JDT plugins provide APIs so that they can
themselves be further extended by other tool builders.<br/>
The JDT plugins are categorized into:</p>
<a name="#JDT_APT"></a>
<h3>JDT APT</h3>
<p>JDT APT adds annotation processing support to Java 5 projects in Eclipse. It provides the following features:</p>
<li>Support for running
annotation processors written for Sun&#8217;s command-line apt tool</li>
<li>Contribution of annotation-based
build artifacts during incremental build</li>
<li>Contribution of problem
markers for annotation-based problems</li>
<br />
<hr size="1" />
<a name="#JDT_CORE"></a>
<h3>JDT Core</h3>
<p>JDT Core defines the non-UI
infrastructure. It includes:</p>
<li>An incremental Java
<li>A Java Model that provides
API for navigating the Java element tree. The Java element tree defines
a Java centric view of a project. It surfaces elements like package
fragments, compilation units, binary classes, types, methods, fields.</li>
<li>Code assist and code select support</li>
<li>An indexed based search infrastructure that is used for searching, code assist, type hierarchy
computation, and refactoring.</li>
<li>Evaluation support</li>
<p>The JDT Core infrastructure
has no built-in JDK version dependencies.</p>
<hr size="1" />
<a name="#JDT_DEBUG"></a>
<h3>JDT Debug</h3>
<p>JDT Debug implements Java
debugging support and works with any JDPA-compliant target Java VM. It
is implemented on top of the language independent &quot;debug model&quot;
provided by the platform debugger. </p>
<p>JDT debug provides the
following debugging features:</p>
<li>Launching of a Java
VM in either run or debug mode</li>
<li>Attaching to a running
Java VM</li>
<li>Expression evaluation
in the context of a stack frame</li>
<li>Scrapbook pages for
interactive Java code snippet evaluation</li>
<li>Dynamic class reloading
where supported by Java virtual machine</li>
<br />
<hr size="1" />
<a name="#JDT_Text"></a>
<h3>JDT Text</h3>
<p>JDT Text provides the Java editor with the following features:</p>
<li>Keyword and syntax coloring</li>
<li>Context specific (Java,
Javadoc) code assist and code select</li>
<li>Method level edit</li>
<li>Margin annotations for
problems, break points, or search matches</li>
<li>Outliner updating as
editing takes place</li>
<li>API help shows Javadoc
specification for selected Java element in a pop-up window</li>
<li>Import assistance automatically
creates and organizes import declarations</li>
<li>Code formatting</li>
<br />
<hr size="1" />
<a name="#JDT_UI"></a>
<h3>JDT UI</h3>
<p>JDT UI implements Java-specific workbench contributions:</p>
<li>Package Explorer</li>
<li>Type Hierarchy View</li>
<li>Java Outline View</li>
<li>Wizards for creating Java elements</li>
<p>The JDT UI provides refactoring
support like: <i>Extract Method </i>or <i>Safe Rename</i> for Java elements
that also updates references. Users can preview (and veto) individual
changes stemming from a refactoring operation.</p>
<p>JDT searching support implements
precise searches like find declarations of and/or references to packages,
types, methods, and fields, scoped to the workspace, a working set, or
the current selection.</p>
<p>JDT compare support implements
a structured compare of Java compilation units showing the changes to
individual Java methods. It supports to replace individual Java elements
with version of element in the local history.</p>
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<li><a href="#JDT_APT">JDT APT</a></li>
<li><a href="#JDT_CORE">JDT Core</a></li>
<li><a href="#JDT_DEBUG">JDT Debug</a></li>
<li><a href="#JDT_Text">JDT Text</a></li>
<li><a href="#JDT_UI">JDT UI</a></li>
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