Monthly Archives: May 2006

A Shape Diagram Editor… in Chinese!

Cliff Liang has translated “A Shape Diagram Editor” into Chinese. You can read it here (assuming you can read Chinese).

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Computer Sciency stuff…

It’s only every once in a while that I really get to geek out and use some of that computer science stuff I learned in university. Frankly, I quite enjoy these little opportunities (disturbingly, most of these opportunities have something … Continue reading

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Eclipse at ECOOP

The European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming (ECOOP) 2006 is being held in Nantes, France from July 3rd to 7th. Eclipse is going to be there in full force. The Eclipse Technology Exchange (eTX) Workshop will be held on July 4th. … Continue reading

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What’s New in Eclipse 3.2 – Usage Tips & Tricks

I just posted a presentation by Chris Laffra that steps through the new and noteworthy with Eclipse 3.2. You can find the presentation here. You can get Eclipse 3.2 here. And, of course, the RC3 release of Callisto is available … Continue reading

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How do I combine thee? Let me count the ways…

Over the past few months, I’ve heard a lot of folks talk about how many ways the ten Callisto projects can be combined. In all cases, the concensus seems to be that there are 10! (ten factorial) combinations. Or at … Continue reading

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Stretch out and wait… or don’t

Good news for Eclipse plug-in/RCP developers who need to embed Swing/AWT components in SWT views on the Mac! Thanks to the efforts of Apple’s JVM developers, the SWT_AWT bridge now works on the Mac. Bug#: 67384 is now marked as … Continue reading

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Does the body rule the mind, or does the mind rule the body?

In comments to a recent blog entry of mine, beche-de-mer (which I believe translates to “sea-slug”), asked if I could post an example of using extension points in an Eclipse RCP application that uses Swing. I decided to oblige with … Continue reading

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