When coding with loops always take a few seconds to check what you can pull into loop initialization. Usually lists are not iterated only once so there’s a great opportunity for boosting performance. If you take the extra mile of calling QList::reserve(int) you can gain performance, too. . . . → Read More: Qt: QList and loop performance
Recently I was challenged getting declared commands enabled in an RCP application using own property testers. It seems the documentation of Eclipse’s Command Core Expressions framework is missing an important link that I’m gonna point out here.
RCP Application Plug-in
For this example create a new Plug-in project called de.rowlo.rcp.cce.app. Make sure to create a . . . → Read More: Eclipse Tips & Tricks: Property Testers with Command Core Expressions
Perspectives in Eclipse are really nice to provide you only the tools you need for certain tasks. Still, not too long ago I concluded that my toolbar is way to stuffed with icons I never use. So I started to clean it up by customizing my perspective. While doing that I discovered the “Toggle Block . . . → Read More: Eclipse Tips & Tricks: Block Selection Mode