IntelliJ/Android Studio plugin to generate proper getters and setters for Android.
Android convention dictates that private member variables be prefaced with an 'm', but the default code generation
Getter and Setter doesn't handle this so gracefully. AndroidAccessors provides an alternative which generates much cleaner external methods.
AndroidAccessors now supports private static fields with a leading 's' (as per Google's Code Style Guidelines).
Using IntelliJ's built-in plugin system:
Preferences > Plugins > Browse repositories... > Search for "AndroidAccessors" > Install Plugin
or alternatively, download the .jar and install it manually.
Code > Generate ... will bring up the code generation menu — the default keymapping is
ctrl N on OS X. Select
AndroidAccessors from the menu and it will display a list of all fields in the current class. Remove any fields you don't need methods for by using the minus sign (-) and click 'OK' to finish.
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