I use 2 code generators. One is my IDE which does code completion and the other one is my brain. There's nothing better than that.
I do agree with your 2 code generators.. the reason why ask this question is find out and compare my Spring code generator with others if there is any.. and also I try myself more and more times but couldn't find any code generator on Spring Framework. I choosed Spring code generator for my Degree project.
one more thing I like to having comments and suggestion from the experts if they have any.. (it would be more helpful for me)
and Thanks Nick Williamson for the link now i am moving to this..
What exactly are you trying to generate? Are you planning to use it in a wizard like fashion to generate stubs or based on a configuration generate the classes?
Depending on your exact needs you can do something simple or something very complex. I think you should take a look at the source of Spring IDE and the Spring framework itself (especially the initialization and wiring part) and see how it builds up the beans and dependencies and understand the design. See how the beans are built up (those can be configured in xml, properties or programatically) check on the bean object and see what can be done in that area.
These are some suggestions and maybe not what you need.
Dan, if you want to advertise your interesting link. We have a forum for that, called Blatant Advertising. Please post it there. It does look promising, but we cannot have those posts to threads in our regular forums. I already deleted your replies to two other threads in this forum.
Thanks for understanding, and please definitely post it in the Blatant Advertising forum as I am sure there are plenty of people that would be interested in hearing more about it. But it must be in that forum, and not this one.