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1) It seems your build process added the usual licencing goo (form Refactor-J
etc)
2) The link from the blog to the size is broken for me (maybe prepend http://?)


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1) Not sure what you mean here. There don't seem to be any Refactor-J references in the plugin.

2) Fixed.

Thanks.

Sixth and Red River Software
"Code with Grace and Verve"

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Hello Sixth and Red River Software,

1) Not sure what you mean here. There don't seem to be any Refactor-J
references in the plugin.


See attached dialog (which on IDEA startup hides behind the main window, and has to be accessed by Alt-Tab).

My IDEA #5734 build has:
-Refactor-J installed
-Refactor-X uninstalled
-Inspections-JS 2.0 (upgraded from the installed version I guess)

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I see a mystery dependency in my dependency graph (see attached screenshot):

it lists "J2EE of JBoss 4" (which is a global library on my IDEA) but
this as you see it not part of my project libraries (in fact, this
project is only a plain Java SE/Desktop project, no EE anywhere, only
spring)

any ideas?



On 2006-09-25 19:22:26 +0200, Sixth and Red River Software
<no_reply@jetbrains.com> said:

We are pleased to announce the release of CodeDependency 1.0, a Java
dependency visualization, navigation, and refactoring tool for IntelliJ
IDEA 6.0.

Product page:

http://www.sixthandredriver.com/codedependency.html

Blog entry

http://sixthandredriver.typepad.com/river_of_code/2006/09/ship_it.html

Sixth and Red River Software
"Code with Grace and Verve"



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That is very odd, and it looks like it is due to a bug in IDEA's library search routines (LibraryUtil.findLibraryByClass, if anyone in JB is reading). I'll see if I can track things down further. The next version of CodeDependency will allow you to see just which classes are referenced in a library (probably via a tooltip on the edge), which should make it easier to see just what's going on.

Sixth and Red River Software
"Code with Grace and Verve"

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OK, thanks -

from what I can see, I think it should be referencing the
commons-logging library, and that particular set of "J2EE for JBoss 4"
also has a copy of commons-logging in there, so that's where things get
confused

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On 2006-09-26 19:53:12 +0200, Sixth and Red River Software
<no_reply@jetbrains.com> said:

That is very odd, and it looks like it is due to a bug in IDEA's
library search routines (LibraryUtil.findLibraryByClass, if anyone in
JB is reading). I'll see if I can track things down further. The next
version of CodeDependency will allow you to see just which classes are
referenced in a library (probably via a tooltip on the edge), which
should make it easier to see just what's going on.

Sixth and Red River Software
"Code with Grace and Verve"



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you can add structure view for your diagramm. just implement getStructureViewBuilder()
method in your file editor in such way

public StructureViewBuilder getStructureViewBuilder() {
return GraphViewUtil.createStructureViewBuilder(myBuilder.getOverview());
}


Serega.

We are pleased to announce the release of CodeDependency 1.0, a Java
dependency visualization, navigation, and refactoring tool for
IntelliJ IDEA 6.0.

Product page:

http://www.sixthandredriver.com/codedependency.html

Blog entry

http://sixthandredriver.typepad.com/river_of_code/2006/09/ship_it.html

Sixth and Red River Software
"Code with Grace and Verve"



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Oh, very nice. This answers a lot of the questions about possible excessive detail in graphs.

Sixth and Red River Software
"Code with Grace and Verve"

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This is fixed in version 1.1.

Sixth and Red River Software
"Code with Grace and Verve"

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