Java Preferences Tool is a simple utility for Java developers and testers, in the spirit of Microsoft's Registry Editor.
Version: 0.8Java Preferences Tool is a simple utility for Java developers and testers, in the spirit of Microsoft's Registry Editor.
Operating System: Linux
Java Preferences Tool allows you to view, edit, compare, and search Java preferences.
The program has traditional explorer-style interface, with tree view of current preferences in the left pane, and table view of keys and values for selected preference node in the right pane.
On start the program shows you the standard "user" and "system" preference trees. Use tabs to navigate between trees.
You can also create new (initially empty) trees. Populate it by creating nodes and associated properties manually, or by copy-paste operations from existing trees. Save them as XML files by using File|Save menu operation. Such files can be loaded again by using File|Open, into a newly created tabs.
Here are some key features of "Java Preferences Tool":
· Edit, create, remove preferences (key-value pairs) associated with preference nodes.
· Change the structure of preference tree: create, rename, remove, cut, copy, paste and eliminate nodes, merge trees.
· Compare structure and contents of trees.
· Search trees for patterns in node names, keys and values.
What's New in This Release:
· Minor feature enhancements and bugfixes.