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Knights of the round table – Eclipse committer election

Eclipse Committer Election is starting as of 22. Febr. This is the first year I’m allowed to vote therefore I’m thinking what should guide my vote. I recently read the book The Art of Community from Jono Bacon. Jone speaks … Continue reading

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Eclipse 3.6M4 – Tiny nice things

I personally believe that little things make a difference. Eclipse 3.6 is going to be great for new (and perhaps also for experienced) plugin and RCP developers. Especially I like in the Eclipse 3.6M4 release: -consoleLog included per default in … Continue reading

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Re-using the Eclipse proxy preference settings in your Eclipse RCP application

The following demonstrates how to re-use the Eclipse proxy preferences in an Eclipse RCP application. Create a project “de.vogella.rcp.net.proxy” and select the “RCP application with a view” as template. Add the preferences command to your application. See Eclipse Preferences Tutorial … Continue reading

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Eclipse e4 – Using the modeled user interface editor

Update This description has been updated in the following tutorial: Eclipse e4 tutorial. In the Eclipse e4 webseminar I learned about the e4 UI editor which allow you to change the user interface on the fly. As you most likely … 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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Hello Planet Eclipse,

My blog posts are now aggregated on Planet Eclipse and I want to follow the ancient tradition of introducing myself. I try to help others to learn the Eclipse platform by providing Eclipse Tutorials, for example about Eclipse RCP. More … Continue reading

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