Spelling for Java names using JDT
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jdt.spelling

Spelling for Java names using JDT.

The aim is to provide spelling support for words contained in the names of Java artefacts: Interfaces, Classes, Methods, ... Splitting out the names using regular naming patters for Java names, that is usually CamelCase for types and variables, UNDERSCORE_SEPARATED for constants and dot.separated for package names.

This relies heavily on org.eclipse.jdt, and currently uses internal components.

Screenshots and Usage

Incorrect spellings in the editor

Click on the word and press Ctrl+1 (quick fix)

Refactoring support

You can add words to User or Ignored dictionaries which are stored in the workspace or in files specified in the preferences. Ignored words are not used for suggestions.

Local variables can also be checked, select in preferences

Incorrect spellings of local variables

Continuous Integration

Build Status Master branch

Build Status Dev branch

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Installing

Drag it onto your Eclipse Main Toolbar to install!

or use http://jdt.spelling.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com in Help -> Install New Software ... Dialog.

Copyright

Copyright (c) 2013-2014 Stuart Hendren.

License

Licensed under the EPL License.

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