xdock is category browser for Eclipse. It enables you to partition your fields and methods into logical groups such as: printing, creating, accessing, iterating, etc.
The category browser parses the Java source code looking for @cat (for category) tags. The browser displays these tags in a independent view. When you select one or more of the named tags, only the methods/fields that have been tagged with that category are shown in the outliner. If you’ve every used Smalltalk browsers this should seem familiar.
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