| Reference for Eclipse as-you-type compiler (or feature) [message #1403981]
||Mon, 28 July 2014 22:11
| Kivanc Muslu
Registered: November 2010
In Eclipse, under Java > Editor, there is a feature:
"Report problems as you type"
I am looking for a web reference on how Eclipse internally provides continuous feedback on edits, especially the ones that are not saved to the disk yet.
I know that Eclipse JDT Core component comes with an incremental java compiler build as an Eclipse project builder. However, to my best knowledge, project builders work on the difference between two executions of the incremental java compiler, which runs on the file system, not on editor buffers.
Is there a better reference I can use when I mention about Eclipse's on-the-fly compilation and continuous feedback?
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