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|Support for user-defined refactorings in JDT || [http://www.eclipse.org/jdt JDT] || The idea is to produce a pattern language, rules engine, and user interface to allow the Java developer to perform queries n and make safe modifications of their code code. It's a superset of the current refactoring because ideally current refactorings could be expressed this new system, forming a nice set of initial examples.  he users could then adapt those rules to their own purposes or come up with completely new ones. See {{bug|144642}} for more informations. || Ed Burnette || Martin Aeschlimann(?) | <Insert comments here>
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Revision as of 09:11, 4 March 2008

Rules

  • Be creative
  • Be specific: what do you want to be implemented
  • If you are willing to mentors those ideas, add you name and email to the idea.

Ideas

Title Project Abstract - links to details/bugs/etc Reporter Possible mentor(s) Comments
Support for user-defined refactorings in JDT JDT The idea is to produce a pattern language, rules engine, and user interface to allow the Java developer to perform queries n and make safe modifications of their code code. It's a superset of the current refactoring because ideally current refactorings could be expressed this new system, forming a nice set of initial examples. he users could then adapt those rules to their own purposes or come up with completely new ones. See bug 144642 for more informations. Ed Burnette Martin Aeschlimann(?) <Insert comments here>
<Insert project title here> <Insert parent umbrella project here> <Insert description here> <Insert your name here> <Insert prospective mentor names here> <Insert comments here>


More ideas can be found at Eclipse-Wiki, Mylar Contribution Ideas page and Google Summer of Code 2007 ideas.

Interested Students

Name, University, Idea

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