Monthly Archives: April 2006

Another article in Chinese

Cliff Liang has translated the Eclipse Corner Article “A Shape Diagram Editor” into Chinese. We need somebody to review the translation. If you’re interested, please add your comments to bug #138106.

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RSS for articles

I’ve added an RSS feed for articles to the Eclipse Corner website. You can access the feed here. It contains the title, description, and a link to articles changed in the last six months. Add your comments to Bug#: 137751 … Continue reading

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Clean up

Cleaning up your code gets easier with Eclipse 3.2. Select a Java element. Any element. It works on classes, packages, and projects (intuitively, the element selected determines the scope of the clean up). Select “Source > Clean Up…” from the … Continue reading

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Eclipse for Swing development

I’m surprised by the number of folks who don’t realize that you can use Eclipse to build Swing-based applications. There’s no rule that says that you can only use Eclipse to build Eclipse plug-ins or RCP applications. There’s no rules … Continue reading

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Java Browsing

Earlier today, in a blog entry titled “Show Source of Selected Element Only“, author R.J. Lorimer described the “Show source of selected element only” feature. Frankly, it’s a pretty cool feature and I think that R.J. did a bang up … Continue reading

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Using the Selection Service

In this new Eclipse Corner article, “Eclipse Workbench: Using the Selection Service“, author Marc R. Hoffmann describes (oddly enough) the selection service provided by the Eclipse workbench, how it is used by Eclipse and how you can use it in … Continue reading

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Updating Eclipse Corner Articles…

One of the big problems with maintaining any repository of information is that the information can get out of date. You can help. All Eclipse Corner articles are in a CVS repository (dev.eclipse.org/cvsroot/org.eclipse). You can hook up to this repository … Continue reading

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