Adding an eclipse template for pojomatic can make pojomating a class even easier. Open up the Preferences dialog, and then go to Java->Editor->Templates. Then add a template named "pojomatic" with the following body:

@Override public boolean equals(Object other) { return Pojomatic.equals(this, other); }
@Override public String toString() { return Pojomatic.toString(this); }
@Override public int hashCode() { return Pojomatic.hashCode(this); }

After that, to pojomate a class, simply add an @AutoProperty annotation to the class, and insert the macro in the class body by typing "pojomatic" and hitting Control-space.