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Dear Eclipse Experts,

I have lots of "@todo"s in my Java source.  When I use the Eclipse "Tasks" view, they don't show up.  Apparently, it's looking for "//TODO" only.

Did I take my stupid pills this morning?  I thought the standard was "@todo".  Is that not the case?  How should I solve this so I can see all my todos at once?

Thanks,
BrianMc1958
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ECLIPSE: Window->Preferences->Java->Compiler->Task tags ...

;JOOP!
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Great. Thanks.
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> I thought the standard was "@todo".  Is that not the case?  

//TODO is the standard
(so they are comments are will compile)

// How should I solve this so I can see all my todos at once?

perhaps do a replace all
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