In case you didn't read the paragraph above, the following is a list of things that JSkeleton is not:
The idea here is to allow users to quickly build classfiles at the early design phase of a project. Once the early class creation phase is over, users would import their generated classes into whatever ide they user. If your IDE already provides you with this functionality, then there is no reason to use this tool.
This tool is designed for Java developpers and assumes you know what you are doing.
This tool stems from my inherent laziness. I know
that good java coding practice is to hide data
representations, and use accessor methods. The
problem is that this involves me typing far
more than I would like. Using this tool I can
build class skeletons with a minimal amount of effort.