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Looking for a way to recursively dump object references to a file [message #592668] Tue, 12 August 2008 20:46
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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
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