JDT

The Lancelot Plugin and the Hunt for Naming Bugs

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Standard [25 minutes]
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Meaningful method names are crucial for readable and maintainable Java code. A good method name precisely conveys intent, whereas an imprecise, sloppy or misleading name can cause anything from confusion and mild frustration to full havoc.

Extending JDT

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Tutorial [3.5 hours]
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JDT exposes APIs and extension points to enable you to extend and customize the Java tooling. In this tutorial you will write a plug-in that uses some of these APIs to create a few quick fixes and a cleanup. So bring your laptop with a working install of Eclipse (3.7.1 or greater) and JDK 7 on it to get your hands dirty by extending JDT.

Java 7 and other new stuff in JDT

Session Type: 
Standard [25 minutes]

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Room: 
Silchersaal

The talk will demo the new features in JDT with focus on Java 7 such as new quick fixes/assists, cleanups, refactorings, new features in content assist, compiler etc. It will also demonstrate the exciting new and noteworthy items coming in JDT 3.8.

This talk assumes that attendees already have a basic understanding of the Java 7 language changes.

JDT - Tips and Tricks

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Standard [25 minutes]
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This talk will show off useful tips and tricks when working with JDT and Eclipse in general such as tricks in content assist, Java Editor tips, code navigation and debugging aids etc.

Graphical debugger with Eclipse Sapphire and JDT

Session Type: 
Standard [25 minutes]

In this presentation, we will discuses our experience building a graphical task flow debugger for Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse, with two Eclipse projects: the Eclipse JDT and Eclipse Sapphire UI development framework.

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