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Eclipse Foundation Specification Process Step-by-Step

Scientific progress goes “boink”? – Hobbes The Eclipse Foundation Specification Process (EFSP) provides a framework and governance model for developers engaged in the process of developing specifications. Specification: A specification is a collection of related artifacts. The EFSP defines a specification as a “collection of Application Programming Interface (API) definitions, descriptions of semantic behavior, data formats, protocols, and/or other referenced ...

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Apache NetBeans (incubating) 10.0 Released

The Apache NetBeans proudly announced the release of Apache NetBeans (incubating) 10.0. Finally the first Apache NetBeans incubating release with full support for Java SE, PHP and JavaScript development You can download it here: https://netbeans.apache.org/download/nb100/nb100.html Apache NetBeans (incubating) 10.0 constitutes all but the enterprise cluster in the Apache NetBeans Git repo, which together provide the NetBeans Platform (i.e., the underlying application framework), ...

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Hidden Treasures of Eclipse Collections

Eclipse Collections is an open source Java Collections framework. Please refer to the resources at the end of the blog for more information about the framework. In this blog I am going to demonstrate five lesser known features of the framework. distinct(): When you want to get unique items in your List the typical way to get them is to ...

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API Design of Eclipse Collections

Eclipse Collections is an open source Java Collections Framework which enables writing functional, fluent code in Java. History Eclipse Collections started off as a collections framework named Caramel at Goldman Sachs in 2004. Since then the framework has evolved, and in 2012, it was open sourced to GitHub as a project called GS Collections. Over the years, around 40 or ...

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Eclipse RAP with Spring Boot

Intro I like Eclipse :-). I’ve been using it for many years. I think the IDE is great and it is free! But Eclipse is much more than just the IDE. It is more like an ecosystem of applications, plugins and projects. Anyone can use the Eclipse Framework to create his/her own Eclipse-based application.   It is called Eclipse RCP ...

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Search for time interval in logs

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Intro This post is indirectly related to my mini-series about log analysis. It would be great to read the two main parts to better understand what I’m talking about. Part 1, Part 2. This post describes one important problem I ran into while implementing the IDE approach. Task Description When someone is working with logs usually he or she needs to investigate ...

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IDE approach to log analysis pt. 2

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Intro In the first part I explained the theoretical approach to log analysis that I think is best for a sustain engineer. This engineer doesn’t need to analyze logs immediately as they come but instead is focused on a deep analysis of complicated issues. In this second part I’ll show that many search scenarios can be covered with one sophisticated template and ...

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IDE approach to log analysis pt. 1

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Intro I think most software engineers understand the importance of logs. They have become part of software development. If something doesn’t work we try to find the cause in the logs. This could be enough for simple cases when a bug prevents an application from opening a window. You find the issue in the logs, look it up on Google ...

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Eclipse IP Process: Service Releases of Third Party Content

The primary role of the Eclipse IP Team is to reduce the risks associated with adopting open source software. In broad terms, they ensure that the licenses on content are compatible, that provenance is clear, and that content otherwise unencumbered from a legal point-of-view (strictly speaking, the team does all of this only for Type B requests). In other words, ...

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