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gonsole weeks: content assist for git commands

While Eclipse ships with a comprehensive Git tool, it seems that for certain tasks many developers switch to the command line. This gave Frank and me the idea, to start an open source ...
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How to manage Git Submodules with JGit

For a larger project with Git you may find yourself wanting to share code among multiple repositories. Whether it is a shared library between projects or perhaps templates and such ...
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Using the AutoValue Code Generator in Eclipse

My colleague Moritz of EclipseSource recently came across Google Auto, a collection of Java code generators. AutoValue is one of them and generates Java code for immutable objects. ...
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A JUnit Rule to Conditionally Ignore Tests

I always believed that using @Ignore to deactivate tests is a bad idea. Except, maybe as one way to put tests that fail intermittently into quarantine to attend to them later (as Martin ...
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An Introduction to the JGit Sources

JGit is a pure Java library implementing the Git version control system. It is an Eclipse project and started out as the Git library for EGit, which provides a Git integration into ...
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Configure Your OSGi Services with Apache Felix File Install

A recent post about Managed Services reminded me of a feature in Apache Felix File Install that I found worth mentioning. While working on a project with Holger, I learned from him ...
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An Automated OSGi Test Runner

Among my fellow team members I was known for notoriously forgetting to maintain the (JUnit) test suite. I just can’t get this extra step of manually adding a test to a suite into ...
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