In Eclipse, I’d want to use regions for code folding; how can I achieve this in Java?
In C#, here’s an example:
#region name //code #endregion
Asked by Pentium10
This feature is available in Jet Brains IDEA. You can do this with the hotkey surround (ctrl + alt + T). It’s simply an IDEA feature.
There appear to be regions there that look like
//region Description Some code //endregion
Answered by Alexander Bezrodniy
There isn’t a standard equivalent for this. Some IDEs, such as Intellij or Eclipse, can fold based on the code types involved (constructors, imports, and so on), but nothing compares to #region.
Answered by Brian Agnew
Try this with Android Studio:
//region VARIABLES private String _sMyVar1; private String _sMyVar2; //endregion
Make sure there’s no blank line after /region…
You’ll also get:
Answered by Cyril Jacquart
There isn’t a linguistic equivalent… On the basis of IDEs…
For instance, in Netbeans:
This syntax is supported by NetBeans/Creator:
// <editor-fold defaultstate="collapsed" desc="Your Fold Comment"> ... // </editor-fold>
Answered by Kevin LaBranche
The CoffeeScript code folding plugin can be used to add a custom code folding capability to eclipse.
This has been tested with the eclipses Luna and Juno. The steps are as follows:
You may also download the archive and discover the steps on this blog.
Answered by DeltaCap019
Post is based on https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2344524/java-equivalent-to-region-in-c-sharp