This page contains some coding conventions for the Groovy-Eclipse project. This is still a work in progress. If you feel there are some conventions that are missing from here, please raise a jira issue for it.
We are only trying to coordinate some high level conventions that maintain the quality of the project across releases and when there are multiple developers. For anything that is not specified here, use your common sense. If you think that there is a major issue of concern, send a message to the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list.
Copying code from Eclipse and JDT
This ensures comparisons and merges are easier because the old code will precisely match what is in the original file. If the old code includes /* */ comments just apply common sense and think what will be easiest to merge again later.
In some cases, you may want to copy code from JDT as a starting point, but you have no intention of keeping the versions synchronized across Eclipse releases. This situation is fine, but you must keep the original EPL license at the top of the file.
Code formatting, templates, and code cleanups