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Eclipse Builder Pattern

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A small plug-in that helps you create not only getters and setters, but fluent methods, too. Works very similar (and is actually based on) the getter / setter dialog in the Eclipse JDT.

We call these methods "builder pattern" at work, because Builders where the first classes that used these methods.

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Getting Started

Prerequisites

You need at least Java 8 or above to run the code.

Using the Plug-in

Update Site: http://github.com/slothsoft/eclipse-update-site/raw/master/

  1. Open your Eclipse IDE
  2. Open the "Install" dialog (Help -> Install New Software)
  3. Enter the URL of the update site
  4. Search for the plug-in ID ('de.slothsoft.builderpattern') or its name (Builder Pattern); you might need to deselect "Group items by category" for the plug-ins to show up
  5. Select and install via "Finish"

Versions

Version Eclipse
1.2.0 2018-12
1.1.0 2018-09
1.0.4 oxygen
1.0.x luna

For more information about the changes, take a look at the wiki.

Features

See the wiki for more information.

License

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the MIT license for details.

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