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How to Escape JSON String in Java – Eclipse IDE Tips

While working or JSON parsing in Java application it’s quite common to just copy paste a JSON String from some resources e.g. a RESTful web service and then use the Jackson library to parse the JSON. This is the quickest way to test and learn parsing JSON string in Java, but the main problem with this approach is that the JSON ...

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Remote debugging Wildfly application in IntelliJ

Remote debugging a Java application means connecting to the remotely running application using your local development environment. Java supports remote debugging out of the box: the target application must be executed with -agentlib:jdwp[=options] option which loads Java Debug Wire Protocol (jdwp) library that allows remote debugging using for example socket connection. In this short article you will learn how to ...

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Run Eclipse IDE on One Version of Java, but Target Another

The Eclipse IDE for Java™ Developers (and the other Java developer variants) is itself a Java application that’s used to build Java applications. That relationship can be a bit weird to wrap your brain around. Written almost entirely in Java, the Eclipse IDE requires a Java Runtime Environment (JRE) to run. A JRE provides just the runtime platform: it doesn’t include the ...

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Eclipse Infrastructure Support for IP Due Due Diligence Type

The Eclipse Foundation’s Intellectual Property (IP) Policy was recently updated and we’re in the process of updating our processes and support infrastructure to accommodate the changes. With the updated IP Policy, we introduced the notion of Type A (license certified) and Type B (license certified, provenance checked, and scanned) due diligence types for third-party dependencies that projects can opt to adopt. ...

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Java 9 module-info Files in the Eclipse IDE

Note that this post is not intended to be a status update; it’s just a quick update based on some experimenting that I’ve been doing with the beta code. It’s been a while, but I’m back to experimenting in Java 9 support in the Eclipse IDE. For testing purposes, I downloaded the most recent Oxygen (4.7) integration build (I20160914-0800) from the Eclipse ...

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Apache NetBeans?

It’s fairly common to have significant announcements related to the world of Java released in the days and weeks leading up to JavaOne. With that in mind, it’s not surprising that we’re seeing some significant Java-related announcements just prior to JavaOne 2016 that begins next week. One announcement is Mark Reinhold‘s Proposed schedule change for JDK 9 in which Reinhold ...

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Clean Sheet Update for Eclipse Neon

In celebration of the latest Eclipse release, we provide a Clean Sheet Update for Eclipse Neon. Congratulations and a big ‘thank you’ to all the diligent Eclipse committers and contributors that made the Neon version happen, great work! While the Clean Sheet Update for Eclipse Neon primarily ensures compatibility it comes also with some nice Look-and-Feel improvements. This post gives ...

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Terminate and Relaunch in Eclipse

A few days ago a new feature was committed to the Eclipse repository: Terminate and Relaunch. When enabled, Eclipse will terminate all currently running processes of a launch configuration before relaunching it. This feature is particularly useful if the process to launch holds a unique system resource. For example, a servlet container that listens on a particular port will throw ...

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Quick Access to Eclipse IDE Features

As Lars points out on the ide-dev mailing list, a lot of Eclipse IDE users aren’t aware of some very handy features, especially the one-feature-to-rule-them-all: Quick Access. In an Eclipse IDE, Quick Access will take you quickly to the feature you need. To activate Quick Access, type Ctrl+3 and start typing (or click in the entry field in the toolbar and ...

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