Re: [jug-discussion] eclipse on win2k

2002-06-24 Thread Simon Ritchie
Thomas Hicks wrote: On that topic, would anyone like to suggest their favorite Eclipse resource sites that might help beginners? Thomas, Can't help on the Linux questions, but here are some good sites to look at: The Eclipse home page (http://www.eclipse.org/) actually contains a lot of

Re: [jug-discussion] Eclipse Problem: Cannot Run Java Apps

2002-07-16 Thread Simon Ritchie
Nick, Make sure you have selected the Java Perspective. I'm guessing you're in the Resource Perspective. Use Window-Open Perspective-Other.. and select Java. (Alternatively click the icon on the top left immediately below the toolbar that looks like a spreadsheet with a + symbol, and choose

Re: [jug-discussion] Main Speaker for August

2002-08-08 Thread Simon Ritchie
Thanks Rene, This sounds like a great topic. I won't have to subject anyone to the slides of my trip to Yuma. So unless we have any objections, it looks like TR will be doing a 15min presentation on environment variables and Rene will be doing the 1 hour presentation on FOP. Also, the

Re: [jug-discussion] Eclipse Tips and Tricks

2002-09-11 Thread Simon Ritchie
Two of my favorites: 1. Ctrl-/ will comment selected text. Ctrl-\ will uncomment selected text. 2. F3 is your friend: In the editor Select a variable by double clicking on the variable. Press F3 will take you to the declaration of the variable. Select a class and press F3 and the

[jug-discussion] Job opportunity in Tucson/Phoenix area

2002-10-23 Thread Simon Ritchie
I received this e-mail from Jacin Steele regarding the job opportunity that Nelan metioned in yesterday's email. I has a little bit more information. Simon. Hello Simon, Neelan said that you would be a good person to help find Java developers in the Tucson or Phoenix areas. I have an

Re: [jug-discussion] Job opportunity in Tucson/Phoenix area

2002-10-23 Thread Simon Ritchie
Sorry, I forgot to include the e-mail address. Jacin Steele's e-mail address is [EMAIL PROTECTED] His phone number is (520) 790-0279 Simon. Simon Ritchie wrote: I received this e-mail from Jacin Steele regarding the job opportunity that Nelan metioned in yesterday's email. I has a little

Re: [jug-discussion] Eclipse is better on Windows

2002-11-01 Thread Simon Ritchie
Randolph S. Kahle wrote: When is the next meeting? The next meeting is Tuesday, November 12th Simon. - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[jug-discussion] SWT ... the scoop?

2002-11-11 Thread Simon Ritchie
In anticipation of the Tuesday presentation on SWT, here's a message to a mailing list posted by Alan Williamson, the editor of Java Developers Journal. The message he quotes is from a source within IBM. It's an interesting look at the inside politics of Swing and SWT. Simon. Subject: [ST-J] SWT

Re: [jug-discussion] list policy

2002-11-13 Thread Simon Ritchie
Heat is difficult. It would take a lot to get our systems manager to raise the temperature of that room. And he would demand payment in Guinness. :) Simon. Tim Colson wrote: plus I'm still waiting to hear about my Membership proposal ;-). If membership fees enable more heat and snacks

Re: [jug-discussion] dec. presentation recap

2002-11-14 Thread Simon Ritchie
A presentation on O/R Tools sounds great. I have quite an interest in the subject since we wrote one at AMO. I don't have anything lined up for the December presentation, so this sounds fantastic. We still need a good supply of 15 min presenters though, so don't hesitate to volunteer if you

Re: [jug-discussion] dec. presentation recap

2002-11-14 Thread Simon Ritchie
Tim, That's great. You're on the list then. So far, then, for the December presentation we have: Short presentation- Tim speaking on Thinlets Long presentation- Warner speaking on O/R Tools If we get more suggestions we'll have a vote. Simon. Tim Colson wrote: Simon - We still need a

Re: [jug-discussion] Sun will trademark anything

2002-11-14 Thread Simon Ritchie
Warner Onstine wrote: A, someone from Sun on the list (hides head in shame ;-). Actually, not just someone from Sun. Rob is the Chairman of the JCP (sm). - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional

Re: [jug-discussion] ok this may be taking the whole mac thing a little far.

2002-11-19 Thread Simon Ritchie
Jon Thomas wrote: the troublemaker. Lest I be accused of never discussing java here let me say that I installed the eclipse beta today and like it already. Me too. There are some great enhancements. Maybe with the new AntView plugin, even Erik will be assimilated. ;) Simon.

[jug-discussion] January Presentation

2003-01-08 Thread Simon Ritchie
Happy New Year everyone, The first meeting of the year will be on January 14th (next Tuesday). Warner will be doing his long-awaited presentation on Object/Relational Tools. Warner may want to clarify it some more, but if I remember correctly, this will be a survey of open source O/R products

[jug-discussion] March Presentation on Web Usability

2003-03-10 Thread Simon Ritchie
A little bit more information on this month's main presentation: Topic: The Five Essential Criteria Users Care About Presenter: Cia Romano, CEO and Founder, Interface Guru? Usability evangelist Cia Romano, supported by video of live user tests, presents the five criteria most sought by Web

[jug-discussion] March Meeting Problem

2003-03-11 Thread Simon Ritchie
Unfortunately, our main presenter has had an emergency and has been forced to cancel tonight's presentation. She has offered to do the presentation again in May, but unless someone has a presentation ready, we are left with a couple of alternatives: 1. We have the first Tucson JUG Happy Hour

Re: [jug-discussion] March Meeting Problem

2003-03-11 Thread Simon Ritchie
Tree. Simon. Simon Ritchie wrote: Unfortunately, our main presenter has had an emergency and has been forced to cancel tonight's presentation. She has offered to do the presentation again in May, but unless someone has a presentation ready, we are left with a couple of alternatives: 1. We have

[jug-discussion] April 8 Meeting Announcement

2003-04-02 Thread Simon Ritchie
The next meeting on April 8, will feature two interesting speakers: Dennis Sosnoski and Rob Gingell. The meeting will be held in the large conference room at Arizona Mail Order. Here are the presentation topics: Short Presentation The short presentation will be from Dennis Sosnoski. He will be

[jug-discussion] August meeting

2003-08-04 Thread Simon Ritchie
It's approaching the time for the next meeting and we're still in need of presenters. Tim had volunteered to talk about HSQLDB at some point and I know he still has a presentation on Struts. But since he spoke last month, it would be nice to give someone else the opportunity to speak. If

Re: [jug-discussion] August meeting

2003-08-14 Thread Simon Ritchie
Tim, It doesn't look like we've had too many volunteers for presentations. I guess we can either go with your Velocity + Struts presentation or skip the meeting. How long is your presentation? Simon. Tim Colson wrote: Howdy Folks - The traffic on the list and attendance at the meetings for

[jug-discussion] December Meeting

2003-11-20 Thread Simon Ritchie
The topics scheduled for the December 9 presentation will be: Short topic - Using the Sysdeo Tomcat plugin for Eclipse - Eddie Dimond The Sysdeo plugin allows Tomcat to be stopped and started from Eclipse. It allows debugging of code running in Tomcat and much more

[jug-discussion] Tonight's Meeting Cancelled

2004-01-13 Thread Simon Ritchie
Hi all, Just to clarify, tonight's JUG meeting at AMO has been cancelled. Our presenter got the flu and was unable to prepare a presentation. Simon. - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail:

[jug-discussion] February Meeting

2004-02-09 Thread Simon Ritchie
Sorry about the late notice. For this month's meeting, Nick Lesiecki will be doing a presentation on Testing with Virtual Mock Objects (it involves AspectJ). Any volunteers for a 15 min presentation would be welcome. Simon. -

Re: [jug-discussion] February Meeting

2004-02-09 Thread Simon Ritchie
with Virtual Mock objects. This would be an interesting session, with three different topics that are tied to the same themes. Thanks, Chad Andrew Huntwork wrote: i would like to do a 15 min presentation on Java Bytecode Inspection, Manipulation, and Generation Using BCEL. Simon Ritchie wrote

Re: [jug-discussion] Meeting Topic for March?

2004-02-25 Thread Simon Ritchie
Drew, I think we have March all organized for speakers. As Warner mentioned, Rob Gingel will be doing the 15min topic on the latest hapennings with the JCP and Warner/Cia will be doing their Usability presentation. April is available, though. And since there seems to be plenty of interest,

Re: [jug-discussion] Meeting Topic for March?

2004-02-26 Thread Simon Ritchie
Ok Ollie, consider yourself signed up. Great, we have the next two months of speakers organized. Thanks everyone. Simon. Ollie wrote: I would ike to do Jakarta slide for April mini -Original Message- From: Simon Ritchie [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2004 21:43:50 To:[EMAIL

RE: [jug-discussion] March Presentation Change

2004-03-05 Thread Simon Ritchie
I forgot to mention that Rob Gingell will also be bringing a box of giveaways. Simon. If it helps increase attendance, I received a box of about 20 T-shirts from our giveaway closet this morning, so there'll be giveaways of some sort at the meeting. Wasn't sure I was going to get anything but

RE: [jug-discussion] Product Demos in general

2004-03-08 Thread Simon Ritchie
Just to add to the Product Demos topic. In the past, it has been quite difficult to find speakers in advance (often it's not until a week or two before the meeting that someone comes out of the woodwork). Over the past year and a half, I can't recall a time when we have had a choice between a

[jug-discussion] Eclipse Ant termination

2004-10-18 Thread Simon Ritchie
Has anyone else noticed that Ant build scripts run in Eclipse 3.0 don't terminate. After running scripts, the debug perspective shows them all as running even though they have completed executing all the tasks. I have to manually end them so I don't eventually run out of memory. Is there some