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Parsing, Modifying, and Generating Java Source Code With Javaparser

June 24th, 2014 3 comments

It’s not common to do something with Java source code programmatically, but I find the javaparser project is very handy if such a use case comes up. It’s a Java 1.5 parser with AST generation and visitor support. With the API, you can access various elements in the source code like class, methods, statements, javadoc, comments, etc.

How To Monitor Log File in Real Time and Save New Log To Another File

June 11th, 2014 No comments

During software development, we often add lots of logs that help debug and trace the code. When the log files grow bigger, it gets harder to locate the right information of interest. Even we restart the application, the old log remains and new info appends the end of the file unless we delete log file. It’s OK to delete a log file but it’s better to keep it in case for information of previous runs. Here is a trick that I use to make it easier for me to find right log of interest, and it may help you as well.

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