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The following is an example of the java Java formatting and naming styles to be applied to Jetty:

Code Block
import some.exact.ClassName;      // GOOD
import some.wildcard.package.*;   // BAD!

package org.always.have.a.package;

/* --------------------------------------------------------- */
/** Always have some javadoc
 */
class MyClassName
{
    // indent by 4 spaces.
    // use spaced to indent
    // The code must format OK with default tabsize of 8.

    private static final int ALL_CAPS_FOR_PUBLIC_CONSTANTS=1;

    // Field prefixed with __ for static of _ for normal fields.
    // This convention is no longer mandatory, but any given
    // class should either consistently use this style or not.
    private static String __staticField;
    private Object _privateField;


    // use getters and setters rather than public fields.
    public void setPrivateField(Object privateField)
    {
        _privateField=privateField;
    }

    public Object getPrivateField()
    {
        return _privateField;
    }

    public void doSomething()
        throws SomeException
    {
        Object local_variable = _privateField;
        if (local_variable==null)
        {
             // do Something
        }
    }
}

For convenience' sake, Code Template and Java Code Formatter configuration files for Eclipse are available.

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