gradle in eclipse – egradle vs buildship

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gradle in eclipse – egradle vs buildship

January 14th, 2017 by Jeanne Boyarsky

TLDR: use BuildShip rather than EGradle. While everyone on our team uses command line git (rather than egit), most actual coding in Java happens within Eclipse. We ran Ant in Eclipse for deploying robot code and Ant at the command line for other things. I’m not sure if we will use Eclipse to run Gradle, […]

the successor to sysdeo (and mongrel) for launching tomcat from eclipse

August 27th, 2016 by Jeanne Boyarsky

I’ve been using Mongrel to launch Tomcat in one click from Eclipse. In Neon, this stopped working. I learned in a comment on that blog post that there’s now a plugin called “Eclipse Tomcat Plugin 9.1.0” that does the same thing. It is advertised as being a successor to Sysdeo. And it is. But so […]

Turning off SonarLint for a project in Eclipse

August 20th, 2016 by Jeanne Boyarsky

Overall, I like using SonarLint in Eclipse. When I’m doing something like working on the CodeRanch forums, being informed of possible problems is great. When working on mock exam questions, not so much. Mock exam questions have lots of System.out.println statements. They also have a variety of poor coding practices for anywhere other a certification exam. […]