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Firefox is created by thousands of people around the world working together to build a better Internet . If you're already a member of the community, thank you for everything you've done. If you're new to Mozilla, feel free to get involved —you don’t have to be a C++ guru (or even know what that means!)
The purpose of this document is to offer some hints about some of the less well documented features in Mozilla which can be customized to suit the user's preference. Nearly all of these techniques are cross-platform. Don't be confused by the url where this document lives in the mozilla.org document tree. Here are some of the topics covered in this document:
Why Multi-Clipboard? Every developer knows that copy and paste is not good for your code. Every developer I've ever seen uses copy and paste. On some editors and IDEs, copy and paste is better than on others. I have always missed the emacs-like rolling clipboard. This is why the Multi Clipboard was written.
Checkclipse Plugin Checkclipse integrates the famous Checkstyle Style and Coding Guideline Checker Checkstyle into the Eclipse Software Development Environment (Websphere Studio Application Developer is the IBM-product based on the eclipse platform). It enables a fast start using preconfigured Style Files. If you already use Ant with Checkstyle, tell Checkclipse plugin where to find your checkstyle configuration file, and it will be used. It is open source under MPL 1.1.