Using Eclipse snippets for faster JUnit test creation (with Mockito!)

I'm using this snippet to create a template of new unit test method supporting BDD mockito tests. This is a good example for adding static imports to a class from snippets.
@${testType:newType(org.junit.Test)}
public void should${testname}() {
${staticImport:importStatic('org.mockito.BDDMockito.*', 'org.mockito.Matchers.*', 'org.mockito.Mockito.*', 'org.junit.Assert.*')}// given
// when ${cursor} // then } The result is astonishing ;)
import static org.mockito.BDDMockito.*;
import static org.mockito.Matchers.*;
import static org.mockito.Mockito.*;
import static org.junit.Assert.*;
(...) @Test public void shouldTestSomething() { // given // when CURSOR_LANDS_HERE // then }

GWT Designer for Eclipse 3.6 can cause project compile freeze

Lately I installed GWT Designer for Eclipse Helios (3.6). I wanted to check it's features. They aren't so cool I've expected but that's other story. The problem was that suddenly my main GWT enabled project began to freeze during compilation.  The project is maven enabled also. So it freezed in about half of compilation. All other features of Eclipse worked well. Restarting Eclipse and Windows didn't help anyway. After about an hour of investigating I've found that GWT Designer caused this. After removing it all came back to order. Ofcourse I suspect that something is wrong with my Eclipse for example I have too many bizzarre plugins installed but if I could have such problems you could have them too. So be warned :-)