|Re: Welcome to eclipse.commercial [message #3244 is a reply to message #3211]
||Fri, 21 January 2005 18:48
Originally posted by: chaves.inf.no.ufsc.spam.br|
I believe forums like this and the helpwanted newsgroup help preventing
off-topic posts in the technical newsgroups.
In the case of this group, I believe it is more about news on products
being shipped, for people that want to keep up-to-date. Catalogs of
Eclipse-based products/plug-ins are still as useful as they were before,
since they allow people to research what is currently available, with
user satisfaction rates and things like that.
But this is just my two cents,
> On the other hand, there are already several websites that list eclipse
> plugins. Do we really need another newsgroup for that?
> I doubt that any useful discussions will develop here.
|Re: Welcome to eclipse.commercial [message #560459 is a reply to message #3144]
||Thu, 20 January 2005 08:51
Originally posted by: jocke4u.hotmail.com|
Don Higgins wrote:
> Webmaster, all
> Does this include new standalone Java tools developed using Eclipse. I just
> launched a new tool SuperZap file utility for Windows www.SuperZap.net that
> was developed using Eclipse and I'd be very interested in feedback on its
> usefullness and also the technical aspects of the Swing GUI support, thread
> management for background processes, security permissions, Windows Command
> processing, etc.
> Eclipse was most helpful in speeding up the development process of this new
> Don Higgins
My opinion is that only product that are based upon Eclipse/SWT and
add-in providers for extending Eclipse are allowed to post here.
Every single application that are developed using Eclipse as IDE, are
NOT allowed to post here. That would destroy the group.
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