Monthly Archives: June 2014
The JNI (Java Native Interface) is a way to link a Java program, running in the JVM (Java Virtual Machine) with a native program. This can have many uses, one of which is the ability to utilize platform-optimized code in … Continue reading
Hello readers, In this post, we will continue to talk about generifying JFace viewers, as part of our Google Summer of Code project. As mentioned before, there is an existing attempt to generify JFace viewers. Let’s see in more details how to … Continue reading
At this point I would like to introduce myself, my name is Joshua Barkovic and I am currently participating in the Google Summer of Code 2014 program with the Eclipse Foundation. I am working with the SWT team specifically and … Continue reading
Frequently I get the feedback that the process of contributing to the Eclipse Open Source project is difficult to get for new contributors. To help with this process I described the process in a new book Amazon.com link Amazon.de link … Continue reading
This is mainly a post for myself, so that I don’t forget it. I’m in the process of creating a ebook version of my new “Contributing to the Eclipse OS project” and I had lots of the following error message: … Continue reading
The ADT project is now using Maven Tycho for there build. See Bug report and ADT build instructions for details.