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Hi, I'm searching for an application (or plugin at Eclipse / Netbeans) where I can analyze the structure of a class. It is important that I can see the package dependencies. Plugins I tried just give me an overview 1:1 or 1:n beetween the classes, but no information about the package dependence at a class.

A sample:

Class A
{
   JButton btn;
   
   void test() 
   {
      btn = new JButton(myicon, „hello world");
      String text = btn.getText();
      btn.setText();
      ArrayList<String> obj = new ArrayList<String>();
      obj.add(„first");
      obj.add(text);
   }

   void myfunc() 
   {
      System.out.println(„test");
   }
}


What I need here:

All foreign classes, functions, or constants (means all that are not defined at A) which are used through class A, are shown in a list.
myfunc() is not necessaray to show because it is definied at A - but it is doesn't matter if it is shown - that's okay.
It is not necessary that this tool (or plugin) shows it over a GUI.

Class ; Function ;
javax.swing.JButton ; init<icon, string=""> // Constructor
javax.swing.JButton ; getText() ;
javax.swing.JButton ; setText(String) ;
java.util.ArrayList ; init<>
java.util.ArrayList ; add(Object) ;
System.out ; println(String);

NOTE: I need no reverse engineering of a JAR file - I like to analyze my own java source files.

Thank you in advance!
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