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Publisher Comments:

"Even long-time Eclipse committers will be surprised by the breadth and depth of this book. A must-read for every new Eclipse extender."

--Andre Weinand, Eclipse Committer

Contributing to Eclipse offers

  • A quick step-by-step tutorial. Have your first plug-in running in less than an hour.
  • An introduction to test-driven plug-in development. Confidently create higher quality plug-ins.
  • The Rules of Eclipse. Seamlessly integrate your contributions with the rest of Eclipse.
  • A design pattern tour of Eclipse. A cook's tour of Eclipse with patterns.
  • A comprehensive tutorial. See all the techniques necessary to write production-quality contributions.

Erich Gamma and Kent Beck introduce you quickly, yet thoroughly, to Eclipse, the emerging environment for software development. Instead of simply walking you through the actions you should take, Contributing to Eclipse , with its many sidebars, essays, and forward pointers, guides you through Eclipse. You will not just do. You will also understand.

Whether you need to get up to speed immediately or want to better understand the design rationale behind Eclipse, Contributing to Eclipse is the Eclipse resource for you.

0321205758B10142003

Book News Annotation:

This book explains how to extend Eclipse for software projects and how to use Eclipse to create software tools that improve development time. It serves as a tutorial on creating custom tools and promotes an overall software design philosophy based the building and applying of new tools to support of existing work. The authors are programmers and software developers.
Annotation 2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis:

Written by two world class programmers and software designers, this guide explains how to extend Eclipse for software projects and how to use Eclipse to create software tools that improve development time.

Synopsis:

This book explains how to extend Eclipse for software projects and how to use Eclipse to create software tools that improve development time. It serves as a tutorial on creating custom tools and promotes an overall software design philosophy based the building and applying of new tools to support of

About the Author

Kent Beck consistently challenges software engineering dogma, promoting ideas like patterns, test-driven development, and Extreme Programming. Currently affiliated with Three Rivers Institute and Agitar Software, he is the author of many Addison-Wesley titles. Dr. Erich Gamma is technical director at the Software Technology Center of Object Technology International in Zurich, Switzerland.

Table of Contents

Foreword.

Preface.

1. The Big Picture.

Book Goals.

Plug-In.

Eclipse in a Nutshell.

I. CIRCLE ZERO: HELLO WORLD.

2. Setting Up Eclipse for Plug-In Development.

Setting Up a Workspace.

Browsing and Searching Source.
3. Hello World.

Declaration/Implementation Split.

Hello Button.

Saying “Hello”.

II. CIRCLE ONE: BASIC PLUG-IN.

4. Der Plan.

JUnit by Example.

JUnit Integration.
5. Contributing a Menu Item to Run Tests.

6. Implementing the Menu Item Behavior.

7. Displaying the Results.

8. Defining an Extension Point.

9. Notifying Extensions.

10. Publishing.

Package the Plug-In.

Bundling the Plug-In into a Feature.

Contributing.
11. Closing Circle One.

Interlude.
12. Test-Driven Plug-In Development.

PDE JUnit.

A Test Project Fixture.

Testing the Contributed JUnit Plug-In.

And Now….

III. CIRCLE TWO: THE REST OF THE PLUG-IN.

13. Viewing Results.

Contributing a View.

Listening to Testing Progress.

Changing Colors.
14. Menu Contributions

Creating Context Menus.

Contributing Menu Items.
15. Failed Tests Are Compile Errors.

16. Test Failures as Markers.

Test for a Marker.

Passing the Project.

Creating Markers.

Deleting Markers.

Marker Images.

Marker Resolution.
17. Finding Tests.

18. Builders and Natures.

Resource Listeners Versus Builders.

Using Natures to Configure Builders.
19. Auto-Test Property.

20. Exception Handling.

IStatus, CoreException.

Presenting Exceptions in an Error Dialog.

Logging Errors.
21. Tracing—Instrumenting a Plug-In.

22. Marker Resolution--Invoking a Long-Running Operation.

Testing Marker Resolution.

Build and Rerun.

Showing Progress.

Rerunning the Test.
23. Test Report View—Using JFace.

TestResult.

The Test.

The View.

TestReportLabelProvider.

TestReportContentProvider.

Handling Events.
24. A Simple Editor to Exclude Tests.

Contributing an Editor.

Contributing a Contributor.
25. ResultView Revisited—Observing Changes.

Testing Color.

Observing Changes.

Reacting to Changes.
26. Perspectives.

Views in Perspective.

Show View Menu.
27. Help.

Top-Level Help.

Integrated Help.

Context-Sensitive Help.
28. Internationalization and Accessibility.

Externalizing Strings from the Manifest Files.

Externalizing Strings from Code.

Accessibility.
29. Publishing a Plug-In for Other Programmers.

Defining the API.

Exporting Classes.

Separating Published from Internal Packages.

Separating Core from UI.

Publishing an Extension Point—Extension Point Schemas.
30. Closing Circle Two.

Contributing.

Redeploying the Plug-In.

Where to Go Next?

IV. CIRCLE THREE: PATTERN STORIES.

31. Core Runtime—IAdaptable.

Extension Object/Extension Interface.

Surfacing Interfaces Using IAdaptable.

AdapterFactories—Adding Interfaces to Existing Types.
32. Core Workspace—Resources.

Accessing File-System Resources—Proxy and Bridge.

The Workspace—Composite.

Traversing the Resource Tree—Visitor.

Tracking Resource Changes—Observer.

Batching Changes—Execute Around Method.
33. Java Core.

From Resources to Java Elements—Adapter.

Java Elements—(Virtual) Proxy.

The Java Element Tree--Composite.

Type Hierarchies—Objectifying an Association.

Traversing the Java Model.

Tracking Java Element Changes—Observer.

Collecting Results—Builder.

Abstract Syntax Tree Analysis—Visitor.
34. Standard Widget Toolkit—SWT.

Composing Widgets—Composite.

Defining the Layout—Strategy.

Responding to Events—Observer.
35. JFace--User Interface Frameworks.

Viewers: Connecting a Widget to a Model—Pluggable Adapter.

Viewers: Customizing a Viewer without Subclassing—Strategy.

Actions—Command.
36. UI Workbench.

Implementing the Lazy Loading Rule—Virtual Proxies.

Persisting UI State—Memento.

Workbench Services—IAdaptable .
37. Closing Circle Three.

Final Forward Pointers.

An Invitation to Contribute.

V. APPENDICES.

Appendix A. TestRunner Details.

TestRunner.

SocketTestRunner.
Appendix B. The TestProject Fixture.

Appendix C. AutoTestBuilder with Exclusion Support.

References.

Index. 0321205758T10202003

Product Details

ISBN:
9780321205759
Author:
Gamma, Erich
Publisher:
Addison-Wesley Professional
Author:
Gamma, Erich
Author:
Beck, Kent
Location:
Boston
Subject:
Engineering - Electrical & Electronic
Subject:
Programming - Software Development
Subject:
Computer software
Subject:
Development
Subject:
Electricity
Subject:
Software Development & Engineering - General
Subject:
Computer software -- Development.
Subject:
Software Engineering-General
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Series:
Eclipse Series
Series Volume:
v. 1
Publication Date:
October 2003
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
Professional and scholarly
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
416
Dimensions:
9 x 7 x 1 in 3093 gr

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