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Alan in wonDLLand
Yesterday evening I had another poke at the Java wrapper for OziExplorer that I'm sporadically working on, OziExplorer is the GPS mapping application that I use. It's a pretty fat API so I'm gradually chipping away at it. My latest tweak was to add a ...
14-Sep-2005
15:14:36
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Smorgasbord: Building Win32 JNI code using NetBeans and MinGW
I use a GPS mapping application called OziExplorer, and just for laughs I started fiddling around with encapsulating the API for the application so that I could use it from Java. Access to the API is via a DLL, which meant delving into the scary world ...
10-Jul-2005
07:52:31
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PMD: mostly good
Tor Norbye has done a writeup on PMD, a tool that looks for common coding errors in your Java source, for example switch statements without default labels or use of the broken double checked locking pattern. It looked interesting, so I installed the ...
11-Jun-2005
08:09:30
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Improving the look of fonts under Swing
As I said in my last post, I've spent quite a bit of time over the last few days fiddling with Java, and one of the things that bugged me is that the fonts look pretty crappy because they aren't antialiased. The only way to do this in JVM 1.4 and before ...
18-Mar-2005
10:27:03
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Problems building and installing MySQL on Solaris 10
I'm putting this here in the hope that it will help someone else once it gets indexed by Google, as I certainly couldn't find anything helpful myself. I've been trying to build and install MySQL 4.0.20 on Solaris 10 x86. It was building OK, but when I ...
21-Jul-2004
09:05:07
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Open Source Solaris
Excerpt from http://www.infoworld...
01-May-2004
10:13:11