This is my personal blog. The views expressed on these pages are mine alone and not those of my employer.
A dark theme for Eclipse, for documents and UI itself.
Starting with version 3.1.0 maven uses slf4j for logging. This opens the gate for a lot of nice tweaks. One of them is the ability to log using colors, matching the logging level.
ECMAScript Internationalization API Specification (ECMA-402 Edition 1.0) was approved in December 2012.
What is the status of browser support?
This Eclipse plugin allows you to take text content from an Eclipse document, process it through an external tool, and the make the result available in Eclipse at the end.
This Eclipse plugin interprets the ANSI escape sequences to color the console output. This can be pretty handy when using something like jansi
But is also works if you output escape sequences directly from Java. Or from Perl, C++, or Groovy, or any other Eclipse hosted language.
My internationalization checklist. I have used it in many occasions, as reminder, and to put some structure in what I do.
Once in a while I create new projects using the Visual Studio wizards. Then one of the first think I do is go and change the “Warning Level” to 4 (default is 3) and change “Treat Warnings as Errors” to
A small tool that goes though C/C++ files and changes them to (almost) compile as Unicode.
This is a small tool to change Windows taskbar settings from command line (hide/show, set the “keep on top” option, etc.)
This is a small tool that started as a private investigation into the functionality of some Windows API, to grow into a "CharMap" with some extras.