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Candidate bugs for the EclipseCon Europe 2015 Hackathon

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Alternate title: What I saw at the EclipseCon Europe Hackathon made my jaw drop! I’m pretty excited about the hackathon we’re running at EclipseCon Europe. In past hackathons, we’ve let attendees pick the bug that they want to work on. We’re going to encourage this sort of thing this time around, but want also to provide some help for those ...

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Develop DSLs for Eclipse and IntelliJ using Xtext

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In this post we are going to see how to develop a simple language. We will aim to get: a parser for the language an editor for IntelliJ. The editor should have syntax highlighting, validation and auto-completion We would also get for free an editor for Eclipse and web editor, but please contain your excitement, we are not going to look ...

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How to Debug Your Maven Build with Eclipse

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When running a Maven build with many plugins (e.g. the jOOQ or Flyway plugins), you may want to have a closer look under the hood to see what’s going on internally in those plugins, or in your extensions of those plugins. This may not appear obvious when you’re running Maven from the command line, e.g. via: C:\Users\jOOQ\workspace>mvn clean install Luckily, ...

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Docker Tools in Eclipse

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Upcoming Docker Tooling for Eclipse gave a preview of Docker Tooling coming in Eclipse. This Tech Tip will show how to get started with it. NOTE: This is pretty bleeding edge and so some of the features may be half baked. But we are looking for all the feedback! The Docker tooling is aimed at providing at minimum the same basic level ...

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Screenshot of the Week: Missing JRE

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One of the more frustrating things about Eclipse–at least for some users–is that Eclipse doesn’t come with a Java Runtime Environment (JRE). Since Eclipse is itself a Java application, it needs a JRE to run. The intellectual property rules at Eclipse prevent us from including a JRE with the downloads, so you have to go and install one yourself. If you ...

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Sublime VS. Atom: Can GitHub Take the Lead?

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Comparing Sublime and Github’s Atom in 10 major categories Sublime has been the undisputed text editing champion for a while now. But a new contender – GitHub’s Atom – is stepping into the spotlight, making noise and trying to steal the not-so-old champion’s thunder. Some 30 versions after the release of Atom’s beta, we felt it would be a good time to test these two head-to-head. On ...

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Is Your Eclipse Running a Bit Slow? Just Use This Simple Trick!

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You wouldn’t believe it until you try it yourself. I’ve been using the Eclipse Mars developer milestones lately, and I’ve been having some issues with slow compilation. I always thought it was because of the m2e integration, which has never been famous for working perfectly. But then, it dawned upon me when I added a JPA persistence.xml file to run ...

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Know Your IDE: Eclipse

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When I made the switch from .NET to Java, I naturally had to switch IDEs. With moving to Java, I chose Eclipse. I was fortunate to have a great group of coworkers that took time out of their schedule to share shortcuts and tips to allow me to utilize Eclipse to the fullest extent. One of the first shortcuts I ...

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