Manage your java imports.
java-import-wiz works together with
java-classpath-registry to find the namespaces to import. While not strictly required (e.g. organizing imports will still work) it's strongly recommended.
Place the cursor on the class and press ctrlalti. If the class is unambiguous it will automatically
be added to the import statements. If multiple possibilities exists,
java-import-wiz will let you choose from a list.
You can organize imports by pressing ctrlalto.
There are two settings available to control the behavior of the import organizer.
java.) should be separated with an extra newline.
[ [ "java", "javax" ], [ "com", "org" ] ]) will set
javaxin the same group.
orgwill similarly be in its own group. The gif explains it well.
Sorting in one group will be alphabetical.
Groups themselves will be sorted by the first entry. E.g.
[ 'com', 'org' ] will be before
[ 'java', 'javax' ] because
com is before
Works together with
to insert imports after autocompleting. When autocompleting classes they will automatically be
added to the import list.
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