How do I reset my Eclipse theme to default?
- Navigate to Window->Preferences.
- Navigate to General->Appearance->Color Themes.
- Click Restore Defaults, then click Apply.
Where does Eclipse import EPF files?
Import the preferences
- Choose File → Import… .
- In the Import dialog box, select General → Preferences and click Next .
- Browse for the preferences file, EclipsePreferencesForJava . epf , that you downloaded above.
- Make sure the Import All radio button is selected, then click Finish .
How do I save my Eclipse settings?
You can save the folder ‘. metadata’ in your workspace. This folder contain your preferences, simply restore it after a re-installation and your done. Theses ‘core’ settings can be exported using ‘File -> Export -> Preferences’ too as Csaba_H said.
What is Eclipse preference recorder?
The Workspace Mechanic Preference Recorder allows you to record any changes that you make to Eclipse’s preferences over a period of time, and export those changes to a task file that can be used by the Workspace Mechanic.
How do I get to preferences on STS?
Setting Preferences To invoke this dialog, click on the Window menu and select the Preferences menu item. The preference pages are organized by category. You can locate a preference page by expanding the nodes of the tree in the left hand side of the dialog box.
How do you write javadocs?
Javadoc coding standard
- Write Javadoc to be read as source code.
- Public and protected.
- Use the standard style for the Javadoc comment.
- Use simple HTML tags, not valid XHTML.
- Use a single
tag between paragraphs.
- Use a single
- tag for items in a list.
- Define a punchy first sentence.
How do I automatically add Javadoc?
Add a Javadoc using automatic comments Type /** before a declaration and press Enter . The IDE auto-completes the doc comment for you. For information on how to disable this feature, refer to Disable automatic comments.
How do I auto generate comments in STS?
There may be a better approach, but if you expand the class in Package Explorer, select the methods you would to document, then right-click and select “Source -> Generate Element Comment” that will add comments for all the selected methods.
How do I auto generate comments in Intellij?
3 Answers. Typing /** + then pressing Enter above a method signature will create Javadoc stubs for you. You can use the action ‘Fix doc comment’. It doesn’t have a default shortcut, but you can assign the Alt + Shift + J shortcut to it in the Keymap, because this shortcut isn’t used for anything else.