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Eclipse Java Development User Guide
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Java Perspectives

The Java development tools contribute the following perspectives to the workbench:

Java

A perspective designed for working with Java projects. It consists of an editor area and the following views:

  • Package Explorer
  • Hierarchy
  • Outline
  • Problems
  • Javadoc
  • Declaration

Java Browsing

A perspective designed for browsing the structure of Java projects. It consists of an editor area and the following views:

  • Projects
  • Packages
  • Types
  • Members

Java Type Hierarchy

A perspective designed for exploring a type hierarchy. It can be opened on types, compilation units, packages, projects or source folders and consists of the Hierarchy view and an editor.

Debug

A perspective designed for debugging your Java program. It includes an editor area and the following views.

  • Debug
  • Breakpoints
  • Variables
  • Expressions
  • Outline
  • Console
  • Tasks

Related concepts

Java views

Related reference

Breakpoints view
Console view
Debug view
Display view
Expressions view
Java outline
Package explorer view
Type hierarchy view
Variables view


 
 
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