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Looking for a way to recursively dump object references to a file [message #48840] Tue, 12 August 2008 16:46 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: ken.vancamp.andesaservices.com

I need a way to dump all of the references to the Java objects in my
project, recursively, so that I get a file/spreadsheet/whatever listing
every object in my project, and every object referencing that object,
within the scope of my Eclipse project. Essentially, it is the same
information I get by right-clicking a Java class name in Eclipse and
selecting References->Project, but automated.

I've tried the RefactorIt plug-in's "Show Dependencies" feature, but it
only works on a single node at a time.

Is there a tool/plug-in that will do this in Eclipse (or perhaps another
tool, not in Eclipse)? Any pointers appreciated.

[This message was previously posted to Eclipse.newcomer but got no
responses, sorry if anyone had to read this twice...]

Ken
Re: Looking for a way to recursively dump object references to a file [message #48870 is a reply to message #48840] Wed, 13 August 2008 09:13 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: brianf.sybase.com

Hi Ken...

Sorry, but this is a bit out of scope for this list. You might check out the
Eclipse IRC channels to see if anyone can help there. They are typically
pretty responsive in the middle of the day. You can get some information
here: http://wiki.eclipse.org/IRC

Good luck!
--Fitz

"Ken Van Camp" <ken.vancamp@andesaservices.com> wrote in message
news:57f82b8232910a103a38dc27e02c64e2$1@www.eclipse.org...
>I need a way to dump all of the references to the Java objects in my
>project, recursively, so that I get a file/spreadsheet/whatever listing
>every object in my project, and every object referencing that object,
>within the scope of my Eclipse project. Essentially, it is the same
>information I get by right-clicking a Java class name in Eclipse and
>selecting References->Project, but automated.
>
> I've tried the RefactorIt plug-in's "Show Dependencies" feature, but it
> only works on a single node at a time.
>
> Is there a tool/plug-in that will do this in Eclipse (or perhaps another
> tool, not in Eclipse)? Any pointers appreciated.
>
> [This message was previously posted to Eclipse.newcomer but got no
> responses, sorry if anyone had to read this twice...]
>
> Ken
>
Re: Looking for a way to recursively dump object references to a file [message #592683 is a reply to message #48840] Wed, 13 August 2008 09:13 Go to previous message
Brian Fitzpatrick is currently offline Brian Fitzpatrick
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Senior Member
Hi Ken...

Sorry, but this is a bit out of scope for this list. You might check out the
Eclipse IRC channels to see if anyone can help there. They are typically
pretty responsive in the middle of the day. You can get some information
here: http://wiki.eclipse.org/IRC

Good luck!
--Fitz

"Ken Van Camp" <ken.vancamp@andesaservices.com> wrote in message
news:57f82b8232910a103a38dc27e02c64e2$1@www.eclipse.org...
>I need a way to dump all of the references to the Java objects in my
>project, recursively, so that I get a file/spreadsheet/whatever listing
>every object in my project, and every object referencing that object,
>within the scope of my Eclipse project. Essentially, it is the same
>information I get by right-clicking a Java class name in Eclipse and
>selecting References->Project, but automated.
>
> I've tried the RefactorIt plug-in's "Show Dependencies" feature, but it
> only works on a single node at a time.
>
> Is there a tool/plug-in that will do this in Eclipse (or perhaps another
> tool, not in Eclipse)? Any pointers appreciated.
>
> [This message was previously posted to Eclipse.newcomer but got no
> responses, sorry if anyone had to read this twice...]
>
> Ken
>
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