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Re: [platform-dev] Newbie questions

Of course you can search the archives!! Just go the and click on
search in the left side menu..

On Wed, 05 May 2004 09:32:53 +0200, Fabian Cenedese wrote:

> Hi
> I'm new to Eclipse and need some starting points. So if there is a FAQ
> for my questions just point me there.
> I registered to the newsgroups and some mailing lists. I've also seen the
> archives but I was wondering if there is a possibility to search the archives?
> Google etc won't work as in other lists as the access is protected. Or do
> I need to look through all pages, all mails?
> It seems like the mailinglists and the newsgroups are separate things,
> meaning that the postings don't get mirrored between the two as some
> other lists do.
> Next one is maybe no newbie question :)
> Coming from the Windows/VC++ world we have a lot of code made in C++.
> Eclipse is fine but is Java. So is there any possibility to reuse some code
> without rewriting everything in Java? e.g. with a wrapper for some ocx/dll,
> usable as a plugin? Has already done anyone something like that? If not,
> is this possible at all? JNI comes to mind. But will that also work for
> visual controls, just like ocx?
> Our main reason to leave "evil" MS-Tools is the need for crossplattform
> ability. And as many people already support Eclipse it seemed a nice
> possibility. But if we need to completely change to Java we might drop
> it in favour of a maybe less suited but still C-based solution.
> Thanks
> bye  Fabi
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