Eclipse Checkstyle Plug-in 5.4.1
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Eclipse Checkstyle Plug-in 5.4.1 is developed to be an enhanced as well as helpful tool which integrates the well-known source code analyzer Checkstyle into today's leading IDE - Eclipse. Checkstyle is a Open Source development tool written by Oliver Burn, Lars Kühne and others to help you ensure that your Java code adheres to a set of coding standards. Checkstyle does this by inspecting your Java source code and pointing out items that deviate from a defined set of coding rules.
Apart from using the Eclipse Checkstyle plug-in you can also use Checkstyle from the command line or as part of an Ant build. For more information about using Checkstyle outside of Eclipse see the Checkstyle documentation. With the Checkstyle Eclipse plug-in your code is constantly inspected for problems. Within the Eclipse workbench you are notified of problems via the Eclipse Problems View and source code annotations just as you would see with compiler errors or warnings.
Checkstyle can check many aspects of your source code. Historically it's main functionality has been to check code layout issues, but since the internal architecture was changed in version 3, more and more checks for other purposes have been added. Now Checkstyle provides checks that find class design problems, duplicate code, or bug patterns like double checked locking.
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