robobait: software tools: how to use javaspider

Posted in Hacking, programmer productivity, robobait at 1:50 pm by ducky

I’m starting to look at a bunch of software engineering tools, particularly those that purport to help debugging. One is javaspider, which is a graphical way of inspecting complex objects in Eclipse. It looks interesting, but which has almost no documentation on the Web. I’m not sure that it’s something I would use a lot, but in the spirit of making it easier to find things, here is a link to a brief description of how to use javaspider.

Keywords for the search engines: manual docs instructions javaspider inspect objects Eclipse

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