ANN: littlej -- java tools for simple text editors

Discussion in 'Java' started by Erik Ostermueller, Oct 25, 2004.

  1. http://littlej.sourceforge.net

    littlej is an open-source set of utilities for the Java programmer that
    programs with a plain text editor instead of an IDE. littlej,licensed
    under the LGPL, was designed to be invoked from a command shell.

    Here are the 0.01 features:

    * Constructs java import statements for a java code snippet on the OS
    clipboard (compare to a similar feature in IntelliJ).

    * Given just a class name, provides a quick text dump of all the
    method/field names in a given class.

    * Identifies the location on the harddisk that a particular class is
    being loaded from.

    You can easily invoke these commands from your favorite text editor,
    like VI or UltraEdit.
     
    Erik Ostermueller, Oct 25, 2004
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