It's the end of the semester here and I must work hard on my grades therefore I can't spend much time on my GSOC project (this situation will last until the last week of june). I managed to do some work this weekend though and here are the results:
1. I created a simple toString() generator to see if it will work. And it does :) For now it's only a string concatenationi with hardcoded format. I don't know how to put line breaks in generated code and I have no idea where to look for it. Any clues?
2. I decided to start with something simple - redesign hashcode/equals generation dialog to include toString() features. Here's the effect:
"Up" and "Down" buttons already work - I copied this functionality from "generate constructor using fields" dialog. The rest of the controls don't have any effect yet..
I plan to add a list of class methods to the view (in a separate node of the tree). With all methods on the list, the option to use getters instead of fields accessors is no longer needed (unless we want this option for hashCode and equals, but that's another story).
That's all for now, I know it's not much. But I think I can complete the project without many problems if I focus all of my attention on it next month.
BTW, Mike, should I put my code somewhere for everybody to see? Right now I modify my local copy of org.eclipse.jdt.ui plugin - is that ok?