Tag Archives: JFace

Final evaluation of JFace project on Google Summer of Code 2014

Hi everyone, It has been a while since my last post entry. We had a lot of work to do to move our project to an acceptable state. In this post, I would like to give you an overview of … Continue reading

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Eclipse Papercut #15 – Simplified access to the structured selection of Viewer

Eclipse Mars will make access to the structured selection of a StructuredViewer easier. So instead of: ISelection selection = combo.getSelection(); IStructuredSelection sel = (IStructuredSelection) selection; You can write IStructuredSelection sel = combo.getStructuredSelection(); Not a big one, but one of the … Continue reading

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Reusing patches for JFace Viewers

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

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Generics, Eclipse, JFace, and Google Summer of Code

Greeting readers, My name is Jeanderson Candido, I am undergrad in Computer Science at Federal University of Campina Grande, Brazil, and I will be writing about the cool things we are doing to the Eclipse project in the 10th edition … Continue reading

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Generics for the Combo-,List- and TableViewer

Currently the generic ComboViewer has been merged into the eclipse master branch and the changes for the List- and TableViewer are waiting for there reviews. In this blogpost I want to show you how to use this viewers with the … Continue reading

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TreetableViewer Example

In regards to my JFace Table Tutorial I got the question how to create a TreeTableViewer in the vogella Google Group . Friedmut Hill was kind enough to point to the following Wiki entry with TreeTableViewer example which gives a … Continue reading

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