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Fixing Copy in Eclipse

Thu, 22 Nov 2012 00:13:12 +0000

I use Eclipse for Android development and one of the issues I have come across is that sometimes Command-C on Mac (Control-C on Windows) doesn’t work properly. I will copy, but paste will paste what was previously in the buffer, not what the latest I wanted. My previous workaround was to hit Command-C twice which …

Looking for an Eclipse Plug-in Developer in the Washington DC area

Thu, 07 Sep 2006 12:55:02 +0000

I’m looking for someone experienced at developing Eclipse plug-ins. This is for a full-time job at a Product Company in the Washington DC area. If you’re interested or you know someone who is, let me know at

Commands and Undos and Navigators oh my! (EclipseCon Day 3)

Thu, 23 Mar 2006 14:14:17 +0000

If you’re busy keeping track of all the new projects that are starting up, let’s see there’s DSDP, STP, DTP, ATF, Corona, PHP-IDE, Modeling and more, then you might overlook some of the things that are happening in the core Eclipse Platform. I went to three interesting presentations recently that covered important changes in the …

No Halo feature for you

Wed, 22 Mar 2006 13:48:10 +0000

Well I guess we aren’t getting the embedded Halo engine in Eclipse. I mean after all, didn’t Microsoft nest part of Flight Simulator inside Excel? Hehe – at the Halo Feature Challenge yesterday there was only one “official” challenge that I observed instead of playing. And it was a rout. I think they were playing …

Project Proposal: Teleportation Framework

Tue, 21 Mar 2006 19:42:55 +0000

Earlier I thought that the Short Talks here at EclipseCon 2006 would be very cool and give you many interesting perspectives on Eclipse. That is proving to be true. Only one problem: There is no break time inbetween each short talk. So I’m proposing a new project: the Teleportation Framework. However, since that probably won’t …

Consuming and producing web services with WebTools (WST and JST) (EclipseCon 2006)

Tue, 21 Mar 2006 17:21:09 +0000

Interesting – the presenter, Christopher Judd, who is President of Judd Solutions and coordinator of the Central Ohio Java User Group, wrote a childrens book called Bearable Moments about a boy whose mother is in the military and gets deployed. He’s presenting Consuming and producing web services with WebTools (WST and JST). The overlap between …

How to distribute a big huge open source tool to tons of people (EclipseCon 2006)

Tue, 21 Mar 2006 13:23:39 +0000

Ok, that’s not the real title, but that’s what I think of this part of From Developer to Download: A Tour of the Eclipse Platform Build Factory as. Denis Roy, the Webmaster and Download-Meister (I made that up) is talking. It seems like BitTorrent is the ideal way to do this. Maybe there should be …

How Eclipse does its builds (EclipseCon 2006)

Tue, 21 Mar 2006 13:12:04 +0000

I’m at From Developer to Download: A Tour of the Eclipse Platform Build Factory. Kim Moir of the Eclipse Releng team is talking. There’s a nice presentation file if you’re interested in how the build process works. Interesting – the main build machine for Eclipse is a Apple G5 running Yellow Dog Linux, most likely …

Joel Spolsky keynote at EclipseCon 2006

Tue, 21 Mar 2006 12:19:05 +0000

Joel Spolsky is rambling along (it seems) about Blue chip products. Really he is a good presenter and likes to throw his audience (us EclipseCon geeks) off track to wake us up. BTW, Joel is the author of Joel on Software and The Best Software Writing I. What are blue chip products? Apple’s iPod. Brad …

My EclipseCon 2006 schedule

Tue, 21 Mar 2006 03:24:24 +0000

Not yet a recommended track, since I’m not sure exactly how to submit one. That is, I created an EclipseZilla account, but not sure if I just submit some HTML or an ICS or what. Anyways here is my EclipseCon 2006 schedule in ICS format. I probably will make changes along the way but this …