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Xtext Parse Rule Fragments

With parse rule fragments, you may get rid of redundancy in your Xtext grammar, making it easier to maintain and gain even more control over the inferred meta model. Read More ...

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While working for itemis, I blogged using the company’s blog infrastructure. When that changed, all my posts vanished. Here, I will revive the posts I consider still interesting and hopefully add new ones. Read More ...

Limiting The Number Of Parallel Eclipse Jobs

Using ISchedulingRules it is fairly easy to enforce only one job of a certain type to be executed at the same time. Not using rules, you can run as many jobs in parallel as Eclipse allows. But what if you want at most 5 jobs running in parallel in order not to freeze the system...? Read More ...

GitHub, Fork, Pull Request... and Oomph

Although there are many workflow descriptions for contributions of GitHub projects, I decided to write about mine. This blog post summarizes what I found useful when an Oomph setup is involved. Read More ...

Why To Use An Empty Oomph Project

The expert mode of the Eclipse Oomph installer lets you skip the project selection in order to materialize a plain Eclipse product. Read on if you want to know, why it may be better to install an empty project. Read More ...