PMD 6.38.0 freeware
PMD is a small and fast application that was designed to scan Java source code and look for potential problems. PMD is integrated with JDeveloper, Eclipse, JEdit, JBuilder, BlueJ, CodeGuide, NetBeans/Sun Java Studio Enterprise/Creator, IntelliJ IDEA, TextPad, Maven, Ant, Gel, JCreator, and Emacs.
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||duplicate code checker, Java source checker, check java code, scanner, scan, checker|
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|6.38.0||Aug 28, 2021||New Release|
|6.32.0||Feb 27, 2021||New Release||New and noteworthy:
Java 16 Support:
This release of PMD brings support for Java 16. PMD supports JEP 394: Pattern Matching for instanceof and JEP 395: Records. Both have been promoted to be a standard language feature of Java 16.
PMD also supports JEP 397: Sealed Classes (Second Preview) as a preview language feature. In order to analyze a project with PMD that uses these language features, you’ll need to enable it via the environment variable PMD_JAVA_OPTS and select the new language version 16-preview:
./run.sh pmd -language java -version 16-preview ...
Note: Support for Java 14 preview language features have been removed. The version “14-preview” is no longer available.
The Apex rule ApexDoc has two new properties: reportPrivate and reportProtected. Previously the rule only considered public and global classes, methods, and properties.
|6.24.0||Mar 13, 2020||New Release||New and noteworthy:
CPD now supports XML as well:
Thanks to Fernando Cosso CPD can now find duplicates in XML files as well.
This is useful to find duplicated sections in XML files.
Updated PMD Designer:
This PMD release ships a new version of the pmd-designer.
For the changes, see PMD Designer Changelog.
The new Java Rule LiteralsFirstInComparisons (java-bestpractices) find String literals, that are used in comparisons and are not positioned first. Using the String literal as the receiver of e.g. equals helps to avoid NullPointerExceptions.
This rule is replacing the two old rules PositionLiteralsFirstInComparisons and PositionLiteralsFirstInCaseInsensitiveComparisons and extends the check for the methods compareTo, compareToIgnoreCase and contentEquals in addition to equals and equalsIgnoreCase.
Note: This rule also replaces the two mentioned rules in Java's quickstart ruleset.
The two Java rules PositionLiteralsFirstInComparisons and PositionLiteralsFirs