Category Archives: Papercut

Series about simplifying Eclipse tasks.

Eclipse Papercut #5 – Getting external libraries as bundles

Explains why Eclipse Plugins are improving the definition of the external API and how to get prepared Eclipse plugins via the Springsource bundle repository. Continue reading

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Eclipse Papercut #4 – Modifying Eclipse PDE default launch configuration

Explains how to change the default PDE launch configuration. Demonstrates how to get and modify Eclipse PDE code. Continue reading

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Eclipse Papercut #3 – Plugin to find unused methods

In this episode of Eclipse Papercuts we will look at how we can analyse our own code to find “dead” code in your projects. We will write a plug-in to find methods which are not called (within the workspace). Of … Continue reading

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Eclipse Papercut #2 – Changing Eclipse subversive default behavior

How to modify the Eclipse source code Continue reading

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Eclipse Papercut #1 – The annoying creation of the project package

Extending the Eclipse Package Explorer to create a project specific package. Continue reading

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7 Paper Cuts in Eclipse

Ubuntu is currently running One Hundred Paper Cuts . This project aims to improve user experience by identifying 100 bugs that appear relatively easy to fix but that negatively impact user experience. I will try to do the same for … Continue reading

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