A Java Decompiler Eclipse plugin
Latest commit 39878e8 Aug 5, 2015 @emmanue1 emmanue1 Adds the Gradle wrapper



JD-Eclipse, a Java decompiler plug-in for the Eclipse platform.


JD-Eclipse is a plug-in for the Eclipse platform. It allows you to display all the Java sources during your debugging process, even if you do not have them all.

How to build JD-Eclipse ?

With Gradle:

> ./gradlew installSiteDist

generate "build/install/jd-eclipse-site"

With Eclipse:

  • Download dependencies
> ./gradlew downloadDependencies
  • Launch Eclipse,
  • Import the 3 "Existing Projects into Workspace" by selecting the parent project folder,
  • Export "Deployable features",
  • Copy "site.xml" to the destination directory.

How to install JD-Eclipse ?

  1. Build or download & unzip "jd-eclipse-site-x.y.z.zip",
  2. Launch Eclipse,
  3. Click on "Help > Install New Software...",
  4. Click on button "Add..." to add an new repository,
  5. Enter "JD-Eclipse Update Site" and select the local site directory,
  6. Check "Java Decompiler Eclipse Plug-in",
  7. Next, next, next... and restart.

How to check the file associations ?

Click on "Window > Preferences > General > Editors > File Associations"

  • "*.class" : Eclipse "Class File Viewer" is selected by default.
  • "*.class without source" : "JD Class File Viewer" is selected by default.

How to configure JD-Eclipse ?

Click on "Window > Preferences > Java > Decompiler"

How to uninstall JD-Eclipse ?

  1. Click on "Help > About Eclipse > Installation Details",
  2. Select "JD-Eclipse Plug-in",
  3. Click on "Uninstall...".