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Additional rules used in the JDT UI project:
The JDT UI component consists of the following plug-ins:
JDT UI developers are heavy users of bugs.eclipse.org. Since we could not stand the increasing number of UI bloopers in Bugzilla, we created the jdtbugzilla.user.js (log) Greasemonkey script to ease our daily pain.
The script always works with the latest release of Firefox, Greasemonkey, and bugs.eclipse.org. In Chrome, it used to work out of the box until Google decided to break this functionality (in spring 2014). Now, you have to install Tampermonkey in Chrome and reinstall the script from there.
Over time, we also added quick links and tweaks to improve our work experience. The team-specific
tweaks are being configured at the top of the script.
After installing the default script, you can override some or all of these settings locally by editing the file
Just copy a
var xxx= ...; declaration from the script, remove the
and change the value to suit your needs.
Here are some of the improvements in the script (see comments and bug links in the source for full details):
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