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<h1>Object Teams Development Tooling</h1>
The OTDT is a development environment for the
<a href="">OT/J</a> programming language.
Based on the Eclipse Java development tools (JDT), it includes the following key features, which
are explained in the next chapters.<br/>
<h2>Key features of the OTDT</h2>
More details can be found on the comprehensive <a href="features.html"><strong>feature list</strong></a>.
<li><b><a href="project.html">Creating</a> an Object Teams project</b> using a wizard</li>
<li><b><a href="wizards.html">Creating</a> team and role classes</b> using a wizard</li>
<li><a href="editor.html"><b>Editing</b></a> OT/J:
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<li>Syntax highlighting, <a href="editor.html#navigation">navigation</a>, <a href="contentassist.html">content/code assist</a>, <a href="callinmarker.html">base code annotations</a></li>
<li>A table based <b>Binding Editor</b> specifically supports the creation of <i>connectors</i></li>
<li><a href="methodcompare.html"><b>Comparing</b></a> bound methods to facilitate co-evolution of a role with its base</li>
<li><a href="refactoring.html"><b>Refactoring</b></a> Object Teams programs</li>
<li>Object Teams <b>structural/navigational views</b> (<a href="packageexplorer.html">package explorer</a>, type hierarchy, outline)</li>
<li><a href="compilation.html"><b>Compiling</b></a> Object Teams programs</li>
<li><a href="running.html"><b>Running</b></a> Object Teams programs</li>
<li><a href="debugging.html"><b>Debugging</b></a> Object Teams programs</li>
If you have never used the eclipse Java IDE before, please consider getting familiar with the
<a href="/help/topic/org.eclipse.jdt.doc.user/concepts/concepts-1.htm">Java Development Tooling</a>, as
the OTDT is built on top of and extends the JDT.
If you have questions regarding the <a href="otjld/def/index.html">OT/J</a>
language or if you experience problems or bugs with the OTDT, do not hesitate to post to the
<a href="">Object Teams forum</a>.
Happy hacking,<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;the OTDT Team.