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Comment on Eclipse Neon and ssh-agent by Gunnar Wagenknecht

Fri, 13 Jan 2017 08:20:01 +0000

Hi Roy, although the code is there, I was waiting on someone testing it and adding a pull request. Unfortunately, I don't have access to a Windows setup so I can't test it. If someone can do that and open a pull request I'm ready to merge it.



Comment on Eclipse Neon and ssh-agent by Roy Stoliday

Fri, 13 Jan 2017 08:14:56 +0000

Hi Gunnar, Would it be possible for you to add the feature for the pageant agent as well? I see the code is there in the project, looks like the feature just needs adding to the update site, so that both Open SSH and pageant are available in eclipse. Very many thanks, Roy.



Comment on Celebrating Miss Baba by Gunnar Wagenknecht

Fri, 21 Oct 2016 14:41:35 +0000

Marc, AFAIK there is no information available in English. Did you try a translation service on the Wikipedia entry about Miss Baba?



Comment on Celebrating Miss Baba by talamon

Fri, 21 Oct 2016 14:16:41 +0000

hello, i'am a french collector of éléphants and i'am looking for wellknown éléphants like Fritz, Jumbo, Hanno, Hansken etc i don't speak neither read deutch could you tell me more about Miss Baba her history and more thank you Marc Talamon marc.talamon@sfr.fr



Comment on I hate provisional API by Gunnar Wagenknecht

Thu, 06 Aug 2015 08:05:26 +0000

Sergei, Please reach out to the Polarion folks for accessing the source code. I have no longer access. However, it's open source so there should be a guest account for checking out the code from their SVN repository. Thanks!



Comment on I hate provisional API by Sergei Lysenko

Thu, 06 Aug 2015 00:08:48 +0000

The link above should have been to the comment rather than to the article. Here is the more accurate link: http://www.openmakesoftware.com/insights/svn-importer-converting-from-borland-starteam/#comment-5075



Comment on I hate provisional API by Sergei Lysenko

Thu, 06 Aug 2015 00:03:48 +0000

Gunnar, I am trying to migrate projects from Starteam to SVN. If I try to capture the trunk only, it works. Attempting to get tags/branches, it errors out. I found a suggestion by Quinn Bailey on how to fix the “EXCEPTION CAUGHT: org.polarion.svnimporter.svnprovider.SvnException: Unknown branch” exception at this URL http://www.openmakesoftware.com/insights/svn-importer-converting-from-borland-starteam/ but am unable - even with a Polarion account - to grab the source code from Polarion even after obtaining a log-in account from them. Here I quote from his suggestion: OK, so the fix needs to be made on line 139 of STTransform.java: svnModel.addFileCopyToTag(revision.getAbsolutePath(), tagName, revision.getBranch().getName(), revision.getAbsolutePath(), oldRevno); Instead that line should read: svnModel.addFileCopyToTag(revision.getAbsolutePath(), tagName, revision.getBranch().getBranchName(), revision.getAbsolutePath(), oldRevno); Do you have an idea on how to obtain the source or the fixed build? Recht schoenen Dank



Comment on Eclipse Bundle Recipes by Gunnar Wagenknecht

Wed, 08 Jul 2015 18:44:52 +0000

It's all live - check out github.com/eclipse/ebr!



Comment on Eclipse Bundle Recipes by Mykel Alvis

Wed, 08 Jul 2015 18:02:17 +0000

Anything happening with this or did it move/die/become something beyond my comprehension?



Comment on Looking for Eclipse Standard download? by Eclipse IDE for Java Developers feels lucky | eclipse howl

Fri, 14 Nov 2014 17:02:10 +0000

[…] Standard 4.4 (which was called Eclipse Classic before Kepler) was renamed into Eclipse IDE for Eclipse Committers 4.4.1. Regardless of the name, the package is not only for Eclipse committers, but also for Eclipse […]



Comment on Eclipse Bundle Recipes by Markus

Sat, 01 Feb 2014 23:30:03 +0000

Cool, I've been waiting for progress in that area for a long time!



Comment on Hot Jazz vs. Cold Beans by Gustavo Reis

Wed, 06 Nov 2013 02:02:39 +0000

I'm a Jazz enthusiast and it's really cool see how this project started and how it evolved over the years.



Comment on Bringing the Eclipse IDE forward by Charlie Mordant

Sun, 27 Oct 2013 12:40:21 +0000

Where is Eclipse idea box? And Eclipse crybox? I'm working on Eclipse in many aspects: OSGI, Eclipse plugins, WTP, Swing UI... I wanted to say what I like/dislike, and have the back of the community with a 'I like' system. Here's what I have to say: * On the process: ** Eclipse commitment process is too long: does component approach really brings to such administrative. ** Github for everyone, deployment on repositories such as Maven central * On Architecture: ** Plugin.xml, Eclipse-LazyLoading and Require-Bundle really? What about blueprint.xml or a true CDI (pax-cdi) OSGI service implementation, there are standards for services too, keep the IDE on what it is doing for: an IDE. * On usage: ** m2e is not Maven: many of my projects can compile whit Maven, but not with m2e ** Plugin dev: when my platform is out of sync, why don't we reboot the concerned plugin? Can't we base all plugin/jdt dev to Maven, Gradle or any build tool and, that repeat myself, concentrate Eclipse dvlpmnt solely on the IDE thing. ** target platform and run configuration: I've many project, some that build with e3.8, some other with 4.3 (some must be compatible): to test one, I'm constrained to change TP, wait for 40 minutes, run my configuration (that is for sure tied with it), then test the other so back to step 1... ** wtp is just insane: no way to use it (too slow, too many issues, too hard to make a contribution: please recode...). If you want to move Eclipse forward, my point of view is to really improve user experience (reactivity, usage...), instead of thinking about a fee (Eclipse Long Term Plan is done to assist company to grab this product). Regards



Comment on Bringing the Eclipse IDE forward by Michael Scharf

Tue, 22 Oct 2013 00:11:34 +0000

The working group is a great idea! Thank you for creating the proposal. Other people also suggested this as reaction of my "Imagine the eclipse IDE would cost $300..." blog post. I think it is a great idea. I still believe that the "option" to pay for eclipse would make sense and would be complementary to the working group membership. The idea behind the $300 was hat shopping shrink-wrap software is a common procedure within companies with little administrative overhead. "Buying" is different form a "donation" and different form becoming "member of a working group". If I am freelancer or a small company, I can easily tax-deduce a software purchase. But to tax-deduce a donation is much more complicated. Yes, I can put it on my expenses and hope it is OK, but I am not sure what a tax control would say about this. Being able to "pay" instead of "donate" can make a difference how much of the $100 of my revenue I invest into eclipse. It may only be $60 ending up at eclipse, because I have to pay $40 on taxes.



Comment on Bringing the Eclipse IDE forward by Gunnar Wagenknecht

Fri, 18 Oct 2013 09:54:44 +0000

Is working group also a place to post ideas, review and fund implementation?
Yes! That's the important role of the working group.