Monthly Archives: April 2007

Looking Good on Vista

I added this image of Eclipse 3.3M6 running on Windows Vista to the Eclipse Screenshots page. In the process, I’ve started to revamp the page. I’m thinking it’s a little too cluttered: less is more, right? Right. The image… It … Continue reading

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Official Eclipse

I actually had somebody say this to me: “I can’t use a distro of Eclipse. My boss demands that we only use ‘official’ software from the eclipse.org site. By the way, does it work on Debian Linux?” The blogging recently … Continue reading

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Coming up for air

I’ve been pretty quiet lately for a couple of reasons. I’ve been spending a great deal of time over the last two weeks preparing for Eclipse Forum Europe (EFE) this week. I arrived in Germany a little earlier today; with … Continue reading

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Don’t forget to vote!

Don’t forget to vote for your favourite Eclipse-based technologies in the latest run of the JDJ Readers’ Choice Awards.

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The DSDP Target Management Project

Ian announced the availability of Eclipse Live last week. The first big event on Eclipse Live is a webinar by the Device Software Development Platform (DSDP) Project titled “The DSDP Target Management Project” on April 12, 2007. Here’s the abstract: … Continue reading

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Never Compile Again

I’m up to reason seven in the “Ten Reasons to Use Eclipse” posted by Renaud Waldura (my discussion of the previous six reasons can be found here: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6). I have to admit that this … Continue reading

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