Monthly Archives: October 2007

VE is Everywhere!

Some local artists have expressed their excitement with the revitalized Visual Editor (VE) project at Eclipse. I thought that I’d share their artistic expression. For reasons unknown to me, the artists have opted to remain anonymous…

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Double, double, toil and trouble

We came across this interesting quote in the Eclipse Summit Europe surveys: Ed’s and Rich’s demo of EMF/GMF (domain-specific modeling with the Eclipse Modeling Project) was unbelievable … I couldn’t help having a vision of a cottage where two madly … Continue reading

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Adapters, part deux

In my last post on the topic, I hinted that adapters can be used to loosen the coupling in your code and then showed how you could use adapters to add even more coupling in your code. Originally, I had … Continue reading

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“Europa World Tour” at EclipseWorld 2007

I’ll be honest with you: I’m not sure what “World Tour” means. At present, I’m planning this “Europa” tutorial for EclipseWorld, being held November 6-8, 2007 in Reston, Virginia. Since I started off with honesty, I may as well continue … Continue reading

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Gusty

I’ve been using Ubuntu Linux for a few months and am generally happy with it. It’s not perfect, but it’s very good. I’ve become a bit of a Linux apologist lately. I find myself apologising for the fact that my … Continue reading

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Eclipse gets gutsy

Look who’s given Eclipse some love…

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Team Development

Months ago, I started a series based on a 2002 blog posting about Eclipse titled “Ten Reasons to Use Eclipse”. As of July, I’ve managed to get through first eight reasons (the previous entry is here). Today, I’m going to … Continue reading

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