I just recently came to know that geocities.com is down. It is accessible from geocities.yahoo.com though, but my site is still not accessible. I had deleted my local copy, relying on the gecities, and almost lost it; but then I twisted some knobs in geocities.yahoo.com to get the file back...
Since I almost lost it, I thought it'd be a good idea to mail it across to everyone this time, so that there is at least one source when needed....!!! Regards, Gurjeet. On 5/15/06, Thomas Hallgren <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Josh, I'm the lead architect of the Eclipse Buckminster project (www.eclipse.org/buckminster). I'd be happy to help the guys from data tools with PostgreSQL if there's anything I can do. Not sure what that would be though. Which Mike is it you're referring to? Regards, Thomas Hallgren Gurjeet Singh wrote: > No I am not... I used Eclipse for the first time just last week. > But yes, I wish to contribute to the CDT plugin. I think their Indexer > is a bit slow... it takes more than an hour (about two hours) to index > postgres' source code!!! Also, I just noticed that the background gdb > crashes when trying to open an uninitialized structure in the > 'Variables' view. > > If you are talking about, Mike Taylor from Eclipse, > (http://www.eclipse.org/org/elections/candidate.php?year=2006&id=mtaylor), > > then I'd be delighted to get in touch with him and see if Postgres and > Eclipse can work more closely. > > Gurjeet. > > On 5/15/06, Josh Berkus <email@example.com> wrote: >> Gurjeet, >> >> > I know it has been over a week now since I said that I'll put >> > together a document that describes how to debug postgres using Eclipse >> > IDE on Windows. I have finally completed the first draft and uploaded >> > it here: >> >> Hey, are you a member of the Eclipse Project? Mike was bugging me a >> few >> months ago about wanting more involvement by PostgreSQL people in >> their Data >> Tools project. >> >> -- >> Josh Berkus >> Aglio Database Solutions >> San Francisco >>
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