Monthly Archives: December 2014

Preferences Spy for Eclipse IDE and RCP

Motivation Figuring out, which preference is changed, when editing a certain preference in the user interface (i.e. Preference-Dialog), may be difficult. Let the Preference Spy help you with this issue. Preferences in Eclipse The preferences in Eclipse are stored hierarchically. … Continue reading

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Book “Distributed Version Control with Git” published in the third edition

I’m proud to annouce that I finally managed to release the third edition of my Distributed Version Control with Git – Mastering the command line book has been released. The book has grown in size, it is 1/4 larger than … Continue reading

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Introducing the saneclipse project

If you went to one of the software conferences in which the Eclipse IDE was presented it is not unlikely that you went to one of these sessions, called “JDT Kung-Fu” or “Efficient Eclipse IDE usage”. You also find lots … Continue reading

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Publish an Eclipse p2 update site at Bintray (via a shell script)

We at vogella GmbH recently started to use Bintray for the distribution of Eclipse p2 update sites. Bintray is a content delivery system which offers free hosting for Open Source projects. Bintray offers a REST API to upload content and … Continue reading

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