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JDT stands for Java development tools, the sub-project of the [[Eclipse]] project that develops tools for programming in Java. This includes a Java compiler, incremental builder, editors, wizards, content assist, and all the other features of a first class Java IDE. For more information, see the [http://www.eclipse.org/jdt/ JDT web page].  
JDT stands for Java development tools, the sub-project of the [[Eclipse]] project that develops tools for programming in Java. This includes a Java compiler, incremental builder, editors, wizards, content assist, and all the other features of a first class Java IDE. For more information, see the [http://www.eclipse.org/jdt/ JDT web page].
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The JDT subproject is broken down into components. Each component operates like a project unto its own, with its own set of committers, bug categories and mailing lists.
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The JDT subproject is broken down into components. Each component operates like a project unto its own, with its own set of committers, bug categories and mailing lists.  
  
* [[JDT APT]] Java 5.0 annotation processing infrastructure
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*[[JDT APT]] Java 5.0 annotation processing infrastructure  
* [[JDT Core]] Java IDE headless infrastructure
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*[[JDT Core]] Java IDE headless infrastructure  
* [[Debug| JDT Debug]] Debug support for Java
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*[[Debug|JDT Debug]] Debug support for Java  
* [[JDT Text]] Java editing support
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*[[JDT UI|JDT Text]] Java editing support  
* [[JDT UI]] Java IDE User Interface
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*[[JDT UI|JDT UI]] Java IDE User Interface<br>
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*[[JDT Core/Java8|Eclipse Java 8 Beta Support]]
  
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[[JDT/FAQ|Frequently Asked Questions]]
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Latest revision as of 13:35, 4 March 2013

JDT stands for Java development tools, the sub-project of the Eclipse project that develops tools for programming in Java. This includes a Java compiler, incremental builder, editors, wizards, content assist, and all the other features of a first class Java IDE. For more information, see the JDT web page.

The JDT subproject is broken down into components. Each component operates like a project unto its own, with its own set of committers, bug categories and mailing lists.

Frequently Asked Questions