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The Debug Object Persistence plugin will improve the current Eclipse Helios IDE with the ability to persist objects out of the debug variable view into an existing project.

The persisted objects can be manifested into a java api for easy object instance creating or a JUnit api for easy assertions of existing objects in JUnit tests with the persisted objects of the debug session.

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