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Offline SHC
« Reply #30 - Posted 2013-09-17 17:03:10 »

Eclipse Shaders Plugin.

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Offline gimbal

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« Reply #31 - Posted 2013-09-17 17:42:27 »

I don't quite customize Eclipse since it always resets the settings every time I create a new workspace (unless there's a way to keep the settings as I've set them)

File->Export->Settings in the original workspace, then File->Import->Settings in the new workspace?


That got my hopes up, but alas that only exports half of the settings Sad

Customizations I do:

- specific source formatter settings that are 100% to my liking and I can just import for each workspace I create
- specific plugins;

testng (for unit tests)
jboss tools / maven integration (maven support)
subversive (SVN support)
Filesync (easy tool to sync class files and resources to a target directory upon saving the source)

And at the office we use checkstyle with a specific configuration setup too; I don't need that for my own projects.


I have a few default workspace settings I always activate/deactivate;

- disable spelling
- enable line numbers
- actions on save: fix imports, format source
- tabs to spaces (4 wide); this is mostly controlled through the source formatter, but I have to manually set it for XML and HTML files
- default to Java perspective; because I have the JavaEE release of Eclipse
- classic look & feel

Seeing the coloring settings in some of these posts, I'm inspired to try a dark background too.
Offline gimbojo

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« Reply #32 - Posted 2013-10-29 11:19:46 »

why just stopping at customizing a dark code background with a whole IDE that stays bright? Cheesy
I just discovered that this plugin does a pretty work to have an eyes-friendly dark IDE...
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Offline Mike

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« Reply #33 - Posted 2013-10-29 11:24:12 »

why just stopping at customizing a dark code background with a whole IDE that stays bright? Cheesy
I just discovered that this plugin does a pretty work to have an eyes-friendly dark IDE...

Installed it and it looks really nice, I always got annoyed with the explorer being white when the code window was dark Smiley

Thanks!

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