Monthly Archives: March 2011

EclipseCon2011: Day one and I’m done

Yeah. Day one is over (at least all my presentations are done) and I’m ready to enjoy EclipseCon in the next 3 days because I’ve no more talks this week. I think the talks I’ve delivered today have been received … Continue reading

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Equinox, Hibernate and Concurrency

I’ve been hunting a deadlock in an application of a customer we support with our RCP, EMF and OSGi know-how and turned out be a class-loader problem because Hibernate uses Class.forName(). The application is a pure OSGi-Application acting as an … Continue reading

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e4 – Fundamental Overview on the Eclipse 4 Application Platform

In my last blog post I talked very short about the relation of XWT and the Eclipse 4 Application platform. It looks like many people are mixing things up. In this post I’ll try to give a deeper look into … Continue reading

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e4 – Relation between Eclipse 4.1 and XWT

Today someone approach me and his introduction statement was that he’s interested in XWT and was told that Eclipse 4.1 is built upon XWT. I’ll restate the same I’ve stated in all of my talks: XWT is a technology developed … Continue reading

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e4 – More News from ModelTooling

Some weeks ago I’ve blogged about some new features I’ve added to the e4-ModelTooling. The soon declared 4.1M6 release will hold some more features I’d like to present to you in this blog entry. Control Finder If you are interested … Continue reading

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Europe rules at the Eclipse Individual Awards

Looking at finalists of the individual awards finalists it looks like Europe rules (9 finalists, 7 from europe, 2 canada – I counted Boris for Canada). I’m delighted to be part of the final nominies once more [see 2009 1,2] … Continue reading

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e4 – Use Eclipse 4.1 Application Platform but not SWT

So the title already says what this Blog-Post is about. It will talk about the possibility to use the Eclipse 4.1 Application Platform without using SWT to develop your UI-Components. Already the initial designs of Eclipse 4.x splitted the codebase … Continue reading

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