Monday, 15 July 2013

Eclipse Juno : Good features of Eclipse 4.2 ( Eclipse Juno ) JDT/Workbench

Global search bar

The workbench now has a global search field in the tool bar.

Multi-drag sash

You can now place the cursor at the intersection of two or more sashes and drag them all at the same time. When you are going to be dragging multiple sashes, the cursor will change to one with 4-way arrows. The image below indicates one such intersection with a red circle.

Ant updated to 1.8.3 and JUnit to 4.10

The bundled version of Apache Ant in the platform has been updated to version 1.8.3. The JUnit 4 version shipped with Eclipse has been updated to 4.10.

CamelCase in Quick Outline

The Quick Outline (Ctrl+O) and Quick Hierarchy (Ctrl+T) in the Java Editor now also support camelCase matching on the element name, quite similar to the Open Type dialog and Content Assist.

Quick Assist to convert enhanced for loop

Ever encountered an enhanced for loop and needed access to the Iterator or to the loop index? Now, you can just use a Quick Assist (Ctrl+1) to convert the loop.

Improved bracket matching support in Java editor

The Java editor now supports highlighting of enclosing brackets.

New options to detect resource leaks

The compiler can now detect leakage of resources i.e. local variables of type java.lang.AutoCloseable (compliance >= 1.7) and (compliance <= 1.6).

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