Lombok Is Not Generating Getter and Setter

Lombok is not generating getter and setter

When starting with a fresh eclipse installation you, in fact, need to "install" Lombok before being able to use it.

  1. Go where you Lombok jar is (e.g. (e.g. you can find in ~/.m2/repository/org/projectlombok/lombok/1.16.10/lombok-1.16.10.jar), run it (Example: java -jar lombok-1.16.10.jar). A window should appear, browse to your eclipse.exe location.
  2. Click on install.
  3. Launch Eclipse, update project configuration on all projects and voila.

Lombok not generating getter and setter?

Your code sould work as this,
Did you install lombok's plugin on your EDI ?

Setter annotation is not working in Java class

There's a conflict between @Value (which helps creating immutable classes) and @Setter (which adds methods that mutates the class state).

Remove the @Value annotation, and you should have setters in class A.

Lombok added but getters and setters not recognized in Intellij IDEA

I fixed it by ticking the "Enable annotation processing" checkbox in Settings->Compiler->Annotation Processors.

Along with this you might also need to install lombok plugin as mentioned in @X.Chen's answer for new versions of IntelliJ Idea.

Lombok does not create getter and setter methods after using @Data

For use Lombok Plugin, you need the following steps (at least on IntelliJ):

  • Install Lombok Plugin
  • Enabling Annotation Processing
  • Restart IDE

For more information you can read this post: https://www.baeldung.com/lombok-ide

lombok @Data not generating getters and setters

Most likely your annotation processing in IntelliJ is off. You can turn it on by referring to the following image

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Lombok @Getter and @Setter annotations are not being recognised when getAnnoations() method is used

You cannot check for those annotations during runtime, as they are compile-time-only annotations (RetentionPolicy.SOURCE) which are discarded by the compiler and thus not present in the compiled class files.

There is no way to find out during runtime whether a setter/getter method was generated by lombok or written manually.

I can't generate getters and setters with lombok

I found a solution I downloaded lombo jar and double click on it for install it then I restarted my eclipse finally cleaned my project

gradle 6.4 build with lombok 1.18.12 not generating getters and setter

Added lombok dependencies to common/build.gradle

    compileOnly 'org.projectlombok:lombok:1.18.12'
annotationProcessor 'org.projectlombok:lombok:1.18.12'

testCompileOnly 'org.projectlombok:lombok:1.18.12'
testAnnotationProcessor 'org.projectlombok:lombok:1.18.12'

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