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Blog Archive for dcengija during April 2006

As I started blogging more frequently than once a year :-) I quickly realized how cumbersome this activity is. Take weblogs.java.net and its Movable Type publishing platform as an example: basically you have to type HTML syntax, and while pasting e.g. XML you have to replace angle brackets with < and > -- even now I have to remember that in order to write an ampersand I have to type...
Every project should use some kind of continuous integration tool. As Martin Fowler writes (and we all know who Mr. Fowler is), 'Developing a disciplined and automated build process is essential to a controlled project.' (read more). If you use Luntbuild as a continuous integration tool, and Ivy as your depencency manager of choice, this article could help you to integrate those two tools....
Instantiations anounced RCP Developer as a product which will accelerate your Eclipse-RCP based application development. Free trial is available. Unfortunatelly, if you try to install it on Linux, even if 'installer for any platform' is available, it fails with the following message: davor@linux:~/memtmp> java -jar ~/download/java/eclipse/RCPDeveloper_v1.0.0.jar warning: No platform-specific...
JGroups is a toolkit for reliable multicast communication in Java. If you're like me, which means that you barely know what multicast means, and you're running SuSE 10.0, you'll have troubles to understand why JGroups demos don't work and what you need to do to have it working. First of all, lets see what multicast is: it's a way to send a message over network to selected recipients which belong...