This application eases the drastic JPL migration (pre-1.0 to 1.0) and refactors your source files. It essentially renames all your old style instance class and sometimes changes packages.
This application will fix at least 80% of your code. The remnant will be a mix of renamed methods and non anymore existing imports. You'll have to fix them by renaming manually or removing some unexisted imports your self. The list of rules (the only argument given to JPLRefUpdater) will help you fix it. Please download the rules below.
usage: JPLRefUpdater <rule-file> [--backup] [--clear] [-d <arg>] [-h] [-i <arg>] [--ignore-case] [--interactive] [-q] [-r] [--revert] [-t <arg>] [--track <arg>] [-v] --backup backup original target and edited files (see --track) (enabled by default). --clear remove all temporary files (see --track). -d,--dir <arg> define the (list of) directory(ies) ['dir1, ..., dirn'] to search files into (. by default). -h,--help print this message. -i,--setting-file <arg> give a property file with all input settings. --ignore-case insensitive case search --interactive app prompts the user for whether to proceed with the entire operation. If the response is not affirmative, the entire command is aborted -q,--quiet quiet mode (verbose off) by default: false. -r,--recursive recursive target search. --revert revert to original state (see --clear). -t,--target <arg> define file name target pattern ('.*\.java' by default). --track <arg> file tracking tempory file list (by default: ./tracked-files.list) -v,--version print the version info.
// First, search source files with params defined in properties java -jar JPLRefUpdater-1.0.jar -i jplupdater.properties jpl-renaming.rules 2>log // If there is an error, revert to its original state java -jar apps/JPLUpdater-1.0.jar --revert --track files-tracked.list // Second, remove temporary files tracked in the given file generated in previous step java -jar apps/JPLRefUpdater-1.0.jar --clear --track files-tracked.list