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Bill Venners

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JCSC (Java Coding Standard Checker) Posted: Feb 12, 2003 2:59 AM
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Ralph Jocham has released JCSC (Java Coding Standard Checker), a tool for checking Java source code for adherence to coding standards.

http://jcsc.sourceforge.net/

Here is an excerpt:

JCSC is a powerful tool to check source code against a highly definable coding standard and potential bad code.
The standard covers naming conventions for class, interfaces, fields, parameter, ... . Also the structural layout of the type (class/interface) can be defined. Like where to place fields, either before or after the methods and in which order. The order can be defined through the visibility or by type (instance, class, constant). The same is applicable for methods. Each of those rules is highly customizable. Readability is enhanced by defining where to put white spaces in the code and when to use braces. Apart from that, it finds weaknesses in the the code -- potential bugs -- like empty catch/finally block, switch without default, throwing of type 'Exception', slow code, ... . JCSC is inspired by lint.

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