I highly recommend it, obviously. (Click the link above to jump to where you can download it.) It's a great tool and possibly feedback could be given to its author.
When I try this, I get an exception:
java.lang.StringIndexOutOfBoundsException: String index out of range: -1
lines 80 and 81 of ModuleWidget.java are int lastpt = data.getCodeNameBase().lastIndexOf('.');displayname = data.getCodeNameBase().substring(lastpt);
Now it does that only with one of my modules, but the strange thing is that there IS a '.' in this project's code name base. It also has a display name, so it should not even get into that 'else' branch... or maybe something's broken with my module...
Anyway, don't know how to reach the author, so I'm writing it here.
It can be a great tool, but I can see it working only selecting a single module - which is not much interesting per se. It would be much more interesting to be able to select a module suite and see all the inter-depedencies among its modules.
Honza, I'm also seeing the .foo stuff, even though all my modules have display names.
I have the same problem: My modules have display names but the nodes show only the last part of the modules id (java package) instead: e.g. ".api" if my modules id is de.orat.noaccent.api
Has somebody looked at the code to solve this.
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