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Monthly Archives: March 2013
You find my two presentations from the EclipseCon online. How to become an Eclipse committer and fork the Eclipse IDE in 20 minutes Shake that FUD – How to migration for Eclipse 3 legacy code to Eclipse 4
Serving p2 build artifacts from Jenkins is complicated if builds from multiple Jenkins jobs should be aggregated into a master p2 composite repository. A rather simple approach to this problem is listed below, that uses Apache to generate compositeArtifacts.xml and … Continue reading
First of all: No NatTable 1.0.0 is not yet released! But EclipseCon starts today. Unfortunately there is no NatTable talk at EclipseCon, but we also want to participate in some kind of way. So we thought of celebrating this with … Continue reading
While with the Juno Release, Eclipse 4 has become the new standard, there is still some functionality from Eclipse 3.x which is missing, at least when it comes to the developers view of things. With the upcoming Kepler release, however, … Continue reading
You can enable auto-completion for Git commands in the bash shell. For this copy the following file to your home directory under the name “.git-completion.bash”. git-completion.bash in the main Git repository. Afterwards add the following lines to your .bashrc file … Continue reading
Context functions in Eclipse RCP are powerful tools. They allow you to register for certain keys in the context and create objects for these keys lazily. I created a separate tutorial for them. See Context functions in Eclipse for details … Continue reading
vogella provides Eclipse e4 tool update sites These update site are supposed to stay stable and are based on the official Eclipse e4 tools repository in Git. The idea is that you don’t have to search for the latest and … Continue reading
Your should not use static for defining fields for Views in your Android application. Then creating a View, the LayoutInflater (used in setContentView(R.layout.ID)) uses the current Context (of the Activity) and pass it to the inflated Views. A reference to … Continue reading
If you want to know the current Android maintainer you can use the following link: Android framework maintainer Thanks to Arvid Gerstmann for pointing me to that URL on Google+.