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|Save Perspective Layout in Eclipse 4|
For Eclipse 3.x, I re-wrote Perspective/PerspectiveRegistry to add
support for saving & restoring perspective layout by instance (in
your case, by user) rather than by persp_id:
Save: Beside persp_id, also including a secondary id to identify
different instance of the same perspective.
Restore: Load perspective matching both persp_id and secondary
Fallback: It is recommended t
|How to use log4j 2.1.0 over slf4j 1.7.7 in Eclipse RCP? Getting "ERROR StatusLogger Log4j2 could not find a logging implementation."|
The trick is to use Buddy Class Loading.
I had encapsulated log4j and slf4j etc. in an extra plugin which I
wanted to make consumable by other plugins. It worked when I
registered a BuddyPolicy in the logging plugin's MANIFEST.MF:
I also had to register the logging plugin (here: my.app.logging) as a
Buddy (again, in MANIFEST.MF) in the plugin that I wanted to be
|Is there any difference between Log() and Log(LogLevel) from design perspective?|
Technically, both methods are accessible from the ILog since it
derives from ILoggerWrapper. From there you can get a ILogger that
lets you call the methods directly as the method B you are describing:
void Log(Type callerStackBoundaryDeclaringType, Level level, object
message, Exception exception);
void Log(LoggingEvent logEvent);
So having the ILog mainly reduces code noise, and just calls th
using innerclasses and use proper relationships between classes. If
you mean with innerclasses; putting multiple classes sepperated in the
in which file a class is, it only thinks about the cl
|Code compiled with profiling flag does not generate gmon.out|
You are not passing -pg when generating executable.
gcc -o xrttimetag xrttimetag.o ....
You should pass -pg option here too. I can re-produce the problem
(i.e. symbols are undefined for gmon* calls) if I use -pg when
compiling but not when linking.
From the gcc documentation:
Generate extra code to write profile information suitable for the
analysis program gprof. You must