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Transforming Eclipse Linked Projects into Standalone Projects

Some silicon vendors provide their Eclipse example and SDK projects using linked files and folders. For example a bootloader demo application is provided in the context of an SDK or library. 860 more words

Tips&Tricks

Hiding Inactive Code In Eclipse

In many sources I have ‘inactive’ code: source code which is disabled by some macros or defines. Eclipse is great to ‘gray’ out the inactive parts using its… 81 more words

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Zooming In and Out of Text with Eclipse

I like to have as many lines of source code visible on my notebook or desktop monitor. And I think I have found a good balance between font size and readability. 502 more words

Tips&Tricks

Customizing Welcome View and Splash Screen in Eclipse Neon

If I open a new workspace in Eclipse, it shows me the default ‘Welcome’ view: 190 more words

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Automatically Refresh Eclipse Projects before Build

The Eclipse CDT build system automatically scans the files in my project folders and adds them to the list of files to be built. That works great if files are added through Eclipse and its plugins: That way Eclipse is notified and aware, and has the files added. 502 more words

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Sending a Satellit to Space: What could possibly go wrong?

Coming out of a project meeting Friday evening, the following wisdom came to my mind:

“The major difference between a thing that might go wrong and a thing that cannot possibly go wrong is that when a thing that cannot possibly go wrong goes wrong it usually turns out to be impossible to get at or repair.” – Anonymous

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Embedded

Disappearance into Water and Fire

This is a new Moon chart crowded with planets and other cosmic objects located at the end and the beginning of the zodiac. It feels as if we are all on a stellar journey of deep significance. 903 more words

Astrology