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Findbugs is an Open Source project for static analysis of the Java bytecode to identify potential software bugs. The Findbugs analysis can be integrated into the Eclipse IDE via an additional software component.
Findbugs provides early feedback about potential errors in the code. This helps the developer to access these problems early in the development phase.
Use the→ menu entry to install the Findbugs Eclipse plug-in from the following URL:
Install all software components from this update site.
After installing the Findbugs tooling you can activate it for a selected project via the project properties. For this right-click on the project and select properties. Select→ .
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