This version is available for dependency purposes only.
It is recommended you use JavaSideKick 2.0 instead.
It is also recommended that plugin authors who have this listed as a dependency remove it from the dependency list (in favor of JavaSideKick) so we can remove it from plugin central.
The "JBrowse" plug-in provides a highly customizable tool for navigating through Java source code. It displays a navigation window which uses a tree view to display the hierarchy of classes, interfaces, methods and (optionally) attributes for the file in the current buffer. This includes the ability to display nested classes and interfaces and their members, implements and extends information for classes and interfaces, and throws information for methods. A single mouse click on one of the nodes in the tree will move to and highlight the line in the jEdit buffer where the definition of that item begins.
Options are provided to control both what is displayed and how. These include filtering of elements based on visibility and display using Java source code, UML or a custom style. These options can be changed on-the-fly using the option dialog of the plug-in. The default values for these options may be set using the JBrowse tab of the jEdit plug-in options dialog.