Eclipse UML (November 20, 2003, 0) - Eclipse represents interfaces with the «interface»
stereotype. Realization is shown with a dashed line ending in a hollow
arrow, kinda like inheritance.
Eclipse is way cool. =)
Let’s show them Eclipse tomorrow. How do we import a project?
But we don’t have the Eclipse UML plugins…
Troubleshooting my Lotus Notes 8.5.2, Expeditor 6.2, and Eclipse 3.4 setup (July 21, 2010, 7) - SCHEDULED: 2010-07-21 Wed 08:00
To paraphrase Edison: I wasn’t failing, I was just figuring out a thousand ways that didn’t work. =)
Summary of troubleshooting lessons learned for Lotus Notes 8.5.2, Expeditor 6.2, and Eclipse 3.4:
org.eclipse.equinox.common problems when installing Expeditor Make sure you have the version of Eclipse
Eclipse plugin: Emacs Environment to Eclipse (November 15, 2004, 1) - http://eclipse-plugins.2y.net/eclipse/plugin_details.jsp?id=287
- Use tab to indent the current line. http://park.ruru.ne.jp/ando/work/who/ee2e/index.html
A TLUGger mentioned this as a barrier to use recently, so may be
interested in this plugin.
Not sure how Emacsy things become, though.
Java interpreters (November 8, 2003, 0) - Miguel Paraz saw my TODO on finding a Java
interpreter and he pointed me to
Beanshell. I’ve been thinking about
using a Java interpreter in my introductory computing class in order
to help my students grasp Java concepts more easily. Students can use
the Beanshell interpreter to explore arithmetic expressions,
variables, input (through JOptionPane), Boolean logic, ifs, loops, and
even a little
No Eclipse for me… (February 16, 2006, 0) - The Lifebook doesn’t want to run Eclipse. <sigh> Oh well.
Back to Emacs and life without autocompletion and quick fixes…