Category Archives: Equinox

Getting to Know EBERT

The Eclipse Examples Project has a 0.1 release review scheduled for next Tuesday (December 23). For this review, there are two components: The Eclipse Business Expense Reporting Tool (EBERT) and Image Utilities. I’ll defer discussion of Image Utilities for another … Continue reading

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OSGi development with Eclipse Equinox – Tutorial

Lars Vogel is quickly becoming one of our most prolific contributors. His latest entry teaches the reader how to create that first bundle and gently introduces the terminology and technology around OSGi and Equinox. Send comments about the article directly … Continue reading

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Event Service

I blogged a while back about the potential use of a bus for delivering property change notifications in place of the very common observer pattern. A reader commented that the exact service I need to implement that sort of thing … Continue reading

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Et toi, p2?

Whenever I think of p2, I just can’t shake the image of the little dog in the stories we used to make up in French class in elementary school. “Pauvre Pitou. Il a sauté par la fenêtre…” But I digress… … Continue reading

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EBERT: It’s alive!

Well… mostly. The code for the Eclipse Business Expense Reporting Tool (you may have noticed that I’ve changed what the ‘T’ stands for) has been checked into CVS per the approval of CQ 2310 and subject to the constraints of … Continue reading

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EBERT on Sprint Titan

Radoslav has taken it upon himself to get EBERT running on Sprint Titan (based on eRCP). How cool is that? Let me answer that for you: very cool. See some screenshots here. I’m looking forward to Radoslav’s contributions to the … Continue reading

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Introducing EBERT

I blogged last week about an example application that I’ve been building. Building good examples is pretty hard: you want an example to be simple enough to understand. At the same time, it has to be real enough to useful … Continue reading

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