JibxEclipse is a plugin for the Eclipse IDE that provides support for Java projects that use the Jibx Java<->XML binding framework.
The easiest way to install JibxEclipse is through the Eclipse Software Update Framework.
Using JibxEclipse involves associating the JiBX Nature with your project, configuring the binding compiler for your project, and invoking the binding compiler.
Associating the JiBX Nature with your project
The first thing you must do to enable Jibx support for your project is add the JiBX Nature to your project. The easiest way to accomplish this it to right-click on the project in either the Navigator or Package Explorer view and select Add JiBX Nature. (ScreenShot)
Configuring the Binding Compiler
Once you've associated the JiBX Nature with your project you'll need to configure the binding compiler. To configure the binding compiler for your project right-click on your project in the Navigator or Package Explorer view and select Properties. In the Properties dialog select JiBX Preferences. Add the binding definition files for your project by selecting New and browsing your project tree for your binding definition file(s).(ScreenShot)
Invoking the Binding Compiler
The Jibx binding compiler will be invoked each time you perform a clean build in Eclipse (future versions will include support for incremental compilation). (ScreenShot)