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So all you need to do is replacing the . by a #? Sounds like a job for a simple search and replace using regular expressions...
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In Eclipse, Find/Replace option is provided at file level. Is there any provision to search and replace a regular expression with other, in package/Project level? Or any other tool/editor which does this?
Your help is appreciated.
Joined: Jul 11, 2001
After you have done a normal search in Eclipse, take a look at the context menu of the search view. At least in 3.0, there should be a replace option.
Joined: Jul 17, 2001
Here is one more javadoc repair problem..
In my project, many errors are because of mangled (Wrong) @link references. Like referring to non existent Or Renamed classes.
For ex: to refer a method in Imager.<method>
it's writeen as @link Imaging#<methodName>
Since Imaging class is not existing, javadoc task is throwing error. So, to repair that I have to modify link as @link Imager#<methodName>
It is very tedious to repair that manually. Is there any tool/API/workaround to solve this problem? Or to automate atleast part of solution?
Your suggestions are appreciated. Thanks in advance. Manohar