The JDTUtilities are a small set of utility classes that ease using the Eclipse JDT API.
BuildBoost is a build framework for Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) that is highly extensible and focused on building OSGi bundles and Eclipse plug-ins.
JaMoPP can parse Java source and byte code into EMF-based models and vice versa. It preserves source formatting and can be used for code analysis and refactoring.
EMFText is an Eclipse plug-in that allows you to define text syntax for languages described by an Ecore metamodel. EMFText enables developers to define textual Domain Specific Languages quickly and without the need to learn new technologies and concepts.
CodeComposers is a library for generating source code. It automatically handles indentation and provides on-demand imports for Java code.
A library to document software requirements in a natural yet formalised way.
Contains various tutorial projects to explore the power of Acceptance-Test Driven Development (ATDD) with NatSpec.
Regression tests for JaMoPP that parse and reprint thousands of Java files.
JUnitLoop is a tiny Eclipse plug-in that executes all JUnit test cases in the workspace that might be affected when a class is saved.
CommentTemplate is a code generation extension for the Java language. CommentTemplate takes the important features of existing code generation languages, which are not offered by Java itself already, and implements those as a light-weight extension for Java.
A syntax library that allows to use FitNesse-style tables in NatSpec specifications.
A syntax library that allows to test SWT applications with SWTBot using natural language (and NatSpec).
AudioBerry is a web application which connects with Raspberry PI devices to output audio streams.
The EMFText Syntax Zoo contains a collection of more than 100 text syntaxes defined with EMFText's CS language.
An example project that shows how to perform lean modeling with NatSpec