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Alexander Kurtakov
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EclipseCon Europe 2016
EclipseCon Europe this year was a really nice event (as always). Here is my brief report from it. I would not cover talks I went to in details as one should be able to watch them online eventually First of all we had the first Eclipse Platform summit (at le...

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Runtime CSS styling for SWT
In the previous post it was explained how one can do global styling of SWT components in your application via CSS prior. But that's only the surface, all these capabilities can be used for runtime styling of individual component.  NOTE: Eclipse Oxygen I2016...

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Advanced and fast CSS styling for SWT
The strongest (or the weakest - depends of your angle) part of SWT is its deep system integration. But this means you get the Look'n'Feel of your system UI toolkit and any deviation from it (e.g. e4 theme engine) is either too limited or too slow or both. O...

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Eclipse Fedorapackager 0.5.0 release
After a bit more than 2 years it was high time to do new release to adapt to current Fedora and Eclipse releases. Most of the changes in this release were towards cleaning and simplifying the codebase hoping for faster releases but there are some important ...

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Last month (May) in Red Hat Eclipse
May is not the most exciting month in terms of Eclipse development - it's all about final touches, release procedures and handing these bits to the users. With the previous said it might actually be the most exciting from users point of view. The team spent...

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Last month (April) in Red Hat Eclipse
This is post is heavily inspired by Last month (April) in Red Hat KDE . Great idea which I dare to copy almost entirely ;) So here is the Red Hat Eclipse one (limited to eclipse.org projects work): Equinox add build support for GTK/Linux/PPC64LE launchers (...
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