Posts Tagged ‘jface’

Tips on developing Eclipse plugins – VI. – Automatic exception reporting to Bugzilla

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008

Bugzilla is well known bug tracking software. I would like to show simple solution on how to implement automatic submitting of uncaught exceptions (caused or somehow connected with our code) to company Bugzilla system.

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Tips on developing Eclipse plugins – V.

Monday, January 21st, 2008

Complex systems usually need some kind of asynchronous messaging and caching for better performance. And yes, that’s pretty much what this article is about. Let’s dive into the following issues:

  • Custom event listeners
  • Soft reference cache
  • Preventing memory leaks when using cached objects & listeners

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Tips on developing Eclipse plugins – IV.

Saturday, January 19th, 2008

In today’s article I am going to describe a bunch more useful techniques for JFace which might be used in Eclipse Plugin Development as well. It will be:

  • How to get the index of selected column in TableViewer
  • How to create and use TreeViewer with multiple equal items

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Tips on developing Eclipse plugins – II.

Thursday, December 27th, 2007

Here we go again :) In this article I try to shed some light on:

  • Dialogs
  • Compound document operations
  • Markers

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