Monthly Archives: May 2013

Eclipse Papercut #14 Reduce delay in code completion

This is a fast preference settings tip. As you may know Eclipse triggers code completion for methods, fields and more. For example if you type the name of an object and a “.”, Eclipse offers via code completion the fitting … Continue reading

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NatTable 1.0.0 released

Finally the long awaited Nebula NatTable 1.0.0 release is out. It took us longer than we initially planned, but as it is a the increase of the major version number indicates, there are plenty of enhancements included. First of all, … Continue reading

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Eclipse Internationalization Part 2/4 – New Message Extension by Dirk Fauth and Tom Schindl

In my last blog post I explained the current available solutions for translating an Eclipse 4 application and what is wrong with them. In this blog post I will show you a new solution for translating your Eclipse 4 application. … Continue reading

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Removing the shopping and other unwanted lenses from Ubuntu

After playing with Ubuntu 13.04 for a while, I must say I really like it. I only dislike the lenses I don’t need. But uninstalling them is straightforward. sudo apt-get autoremove unity-lens-music unity-lens-photos unity-lens-gwibber unity-lens-shopping unity-lens-video

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Getting the Eclipse New and Noteworthy information

If you are looking for the note and newsworthy notes of the Eclipse platform project you are potentially using Google to search for it. This is not necessary, you can just clone the repository which contains this information. git clone … Continue reading

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Eclipse Internationalization Part 1/4 – Current Situation by Dirk Fauth

If you are developing Eclipse applications and plugins for users around the world, you should prepare them to be translated into several languages. While in other frameworks this process is quite straight forward (think of any webframework you know), in … Continue reading

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Eclipse Papercut #13 – Improved test template for JUnit 4

For Eclipse 4.3 we fixed the JUnit 4 test templates. See Bug report for details. In Eclipse 4.3 you can type “test” followed by CTRL+Space and select the first template proposal to get a JUnit test method generated. Good times … Continue reading

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