reJ v0.7 released
The reJ project aims on improved visibility into Java class files. It is a library and a graphical tool for inspection (viewing, searching and comparing) and manipulation (modification, obfuscation, refactoring of methods, fields, attributes and code) of classfiles for the Java platform.
The new version includes several bugfixes, improved performance, improved navigation and several new features, such as a hex view synchronized with the editor and (read-only) generics support.... read more
reJ is an API and a graphical tool for inspection (viewing, searching and comparing) and manipulation (modification, obfuscation, refactoring of methods, fields, attributes and code) of classfiles for the Java platform.
The new release includes several bugfixes, small adjustments and lots of new features, including: Bytecode debugging, basic refactoring, improved navigation within code and project, Java1.5 feature support and totally reimplemented file set comparison.... read more
Project Web Site for reJ is finally up:
Content at the moment includes a small FAQ, Features overview, Javadocs and a tutorial in two languages.
Due to the fact that the old name (ReJava) apparently was in violation of Sun Microsystem's Java trademark, a decision was made to change the project name. The new name is more compact: reJ
Version 0.5 of ReJava is available in the files section of the project.
*A new release evenly balanced between new features and fixed bugs.
*Issue with javadoc syntax was fixed, altough there still aren't that many javadocs.
*Sourcecode support went from Java 1.4 to Java 1.5 - even though tiger features aren't really used yet, compability with 1.4 isn't guaranteed anymore.
*Aside from the changes mentioned in the change log, the structure view was improved a little.... read more
The first ReJava version has been released.
Some of the stuff that is working:
*The core ReJava API
*Quick go to definition
*Project-wide search with results that link to correct lines
*Open tab search
*Java-aware compare of two archives, folders(and subfolders) or classfiles... read more