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1answer
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Why is my JFrame not visible when running my Java application in eclipse?

Hi there and thanks for having a look at my question. I'm facing the following problem when developing swing applications in Eclipse: When I try to start a simple swing JFrame application (for example ...
0
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2answers
173 views

.properties files in regular src folder okay? [closed]

I work on a Java project with a suggested structure (separate src folders for java files and resource files). After moving the message / text related properties files to that folder, the externalize ...
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5answers
421 views

Improving the Java development workflow [closed]

I will like to assist my group standardize to a reproducable Java tooling environment that aligns with some good practices to improve on our workflow. We are predominantly a .NET shop that has been ...
2
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2answers
514 views

Why delete method/field/function refactoring doesn't exist in Eclipse?

An operation in an interface is obsolete so I decided to delete it. It seems that there is no automatic support for such a "refactoring" in Eclipse. For me is a refactoring operation since the ...
3
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2answers
409 views

Reason for a reflection error

I’m working on an Eclipse plug-in project. Using this plug-in, users can create Eclipse Java projects with some specificities. For example, they can add Java classes’ names which will be saved in a ...
0
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1answer
168 views

How/Where do I give my github commit a version?

I 'm just learning to give project versions. I understand writing details about the changes in my project when committing, but where should I put my version number for my project?
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2answers
966 views

Implementing MVC pattern in SWT application

I am developing an SWT application (it's basically an Eclipse plugin, so I need to use SWT). Currently my design is as follows: Model: In model, I have POJOs which represents the actual fields in ...
1
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1answer
503 views

Zen Coding for Java?

I just saw a demonstration of Zen Coding. I think it's a great investment on productivity, however my work is 99% backend data processing via Java. So far I only know templates in Eclipse like ...
0
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1answer
348 views

Creating a separate project for JPA entities

Where I work it is a common practice to create a separate for JPA entities and a project for the web application (the WAR). So basically you have (at least) two project for each application - appJPA ...
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17answers
6k views

Is imposing the same code format for all developers a good idea?

We are considering to impose a single standard code format in our project (auto format with save actions in Eclipse). The reason is that currently there is a big difference in the code formats used by ...
0
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1answer
210 views

Which past version of Netbeans IDE that has lightness almost equal or better than Eclipse Indigo?

Currently, I'm a long Eclipse user because my past and current companies always deal with eclipse. Recently I met some example java codes created using netbeans. I downloaded and tried Netbeans 7.x ...
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3answers
171 views

Which VCS is more applicable for our workflow?

Currently we have code stored on a shared network drive and do not use any kind of VCS. The code stored on our shared network drive is always being backed up. We would like to keep things as close ...
3
votes
2answers
913 views

What are the advantages of Maven when it comes to single man, educational projects

I've spend a few hours playing around with Maven + reading some stuff on the apache official site and also a few random googled articles. By this I mean that I really tried to find the answers myself ...
6
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4answers
599 views

Is the output of Eclipse's incremental java compiler used in production? Or is it simply to support Eclipse's features?

I'm new to Java and Eclipse. One of my most recent discoveries was how Eclipse comes shipped with its own java compiler (ejc) for doing incremental builds. Eclipse seems to by default output ...
2
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6answers
1k views

What are the advantages of using the Java debugger over println?

I always use System.out.println(...) to debug my code, and it works pretty well. In which cases do you use the eclipse java debugger? I never had to use it and the little bug symbol is still ab bit ...
2
votes
2answers
345 views

Free tool to design Java user interfaces [closed]

While in the process of developing GUIs for my Java project, I am wondering if there is something that lets you visually design your GUI for Java and correspondently generates the needed code, just to ...
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5answers
1k views

What are the benefits of prefixing function parameter names with p*?

I often see projects (in Java projects and teams using Eclipse) that prefix function parameters with p. For example public void filter (Result pResult) ... I personally don't see any benefit in ...
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6answers
11k views

How to create a cool user interface for an excel file in java or C#? [closed]

I have an excel file with many sheets and relations between theme (ie, formulas that relates sheets to each other). I wanna create the user interface for this excel file.in other words I wanna create ...
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2answers
501 views

Submitting Java Code with Junit unit test

I have mostly worked on simple java programs and compiled and run them with Eclipse on Windows. So, I have no experience of using command prompt for compiling Java projects and do not have much info ...
1
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2answers
236 views

How can I avoid the engineering mistakes of PDT?

As a developer with enough experience to evaluate a tool, I may say that PDT is very huge in size and slow in performance for a PHP IDE. It gets bigger by release and exponentially slower by the size ...
33
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11answers
2k views

How do I convince my teammates that we should not ignore compiler warnings?

I work on a huge project (more like a tangled up combination of dozens of mini projects that can't be easily separated due to poor dependency management, but that's a different discussion) in Java ...
3
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1answer
1k views

Why do my java programs run faster in eclipse than in BlueJ?

I've been programming for about 2 years, and so far Java is all I know. When I made the switch from BlueJ to eclipse I noticed my old projects ran much faster. What would be the reason for this, as ...
11
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7answers
1k views

What was Java enterprise programming like before Eclipse? [closed]

I'm your standard Java/Oracle developer at a large software firm and Eclipse 3.6 is what I spend most of day in. Java is incredibly verbose and that can be painful (but we don't need another blog post ...
4
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6answers
3k views

What advantages do simple text editors like TextMate have over Eclipse for Java development?

I'm torn which IDE to use. The power of eclipse or the simplicity of TextMate. I'm wondering which one has specific advantages over the other, productivity wise.
9
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3answers
5k views

What have my fellow Delphi programmers done to make Eclipse/Java more like Delphi?

I am a veteran Delphi programmer working on my first real Android app. I am using Eclipse and Java as my development environment. The thing I miss the most of course is Delphi's VCL components and ...
6
votes
3answers
2k views

Using NetBeans and Eclipse together [closed]

I'm working on a collaborative group project at university which involves writing a Swing application, an Android application and some Java data models and a JDBC connection. We've been taught to use ...
3
votes
2answers
426 views

Find bugs in Java programs, specially using the eclipse plug-in

Is it any good ? http://findbugs.sourceforge.net/ I had a go on the webstart/demo version and it did indeed look useful. Has anyone got any experience with it, is it a valuable tool ?
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5answers
3k views

I want to start using TDD. Any tips for a beginner? [closed]

I never used an automated test mechanism in any of my projects and I feel I'm missing a lot. I want to improve myself, so I have to start tackling some issues I've been neglecting like this and trying ...
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votes
3answers
870 views

What's your best Ubuntu and Eclipse setup for Java development?

What're the best versions and configuration tricks for building a happy Java development environment with Eclipse on Ubuntu? I'm at Ubuntu 8.10 and Eclipse Ganymede 3.4.2, so I'm behind on both ...