Google Summer of Code 2007 Ideas
Revision as of 06:39, 23 March 2007 by Mariot.chauvin.gmail.com
- Develop one or more sample applications using Eclipse RCP
- Be creative
- Be specific: what do you want to implement
- Develop an eRCP based gadgets(as in google gadgets) or widgets (as in apple's dashboard widgets) infrastructure for mobile phones.
- Write a EPL'd protocol implementation for ECF. For example, ECF currently has an EPL'd MSN implementation and needs others.
- Develop GTK support for the eRCP project
- Develop a newsreader similar to Pan,Thunderbird but based on Eclipse
- Provide an Eclipse IDE generation environment derived from a language grammar (Eclipse IDE generator)
- Full-blown WebDAV client + corresponding Eclipse File System implementation
- Full-blown FTP client with sftp support + corresponding Eclipse File System implementation
- Ability to open a file in eclipse from the command line (see #4922)
- Add full refactoring support to CDT.
- Add call graph navigation to CDT. When cursor is in a function, allow user to jump to any function that calls this function, or any function that it calls. (within reason) bug 152847
- Consolidate all the color pickers into a single, well thought out color manager with the ability to save and share color themes. Think inheritance (the PHP editor inherits the HTML and Java editor colors by default, plus adds a few of its own). Extra points for adding custom backgrounds or transparency. Eclipse needs to be made a whole lot prettier.
- Add online documentation to CDT. Make it so I never need to shell out to read a manpage. I just type the first few letters of the function and it autocompletes and allows me to hit F2 (or whatever) to view full documentation.
- Add a focus-follows-mouse mode for those of us who don't like having to click all the time (a view is selected the moment the mouse enters it). Also maybe add a keypress to switch between editors when they are tiled.
- Add the ability to write plugins using jruby or groovy. First research and determine if this would make plugin writing noticeably easier. I think it would just because no compile is needed; you can change code on the fly Emacs Lisp style.
- Support seamless debugging between JDT and CDT (Java <> JNI <> C). details
- Support for user-defined refactorings in JDT #144642
- More work on mercurial support 
- More work on git support 
- Drupal provider for ECF that implements the Bulletin Board API.
- Write an Eclipse plugin to integrate with the Online Marking Tool (OLM), so that students can view the detailed comments that graders have made about their code.
- A standalone Bugzilla client (RCP app, perhaps) using Mylar
For Mylar ideas see the the Mylar Contribution Ideas page.
More ideas can be found here.
- Benjamin Muskalla, BA Karlsruhe, Germany, project info is comming soon
- Joe Simms, Mount Allison University, Canada, project info is comming soon
- James Williams, Nova Southeastern University USA, project info is coming soon
- Stefan Bucur, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania, project info is coming soon
- Mariot Chauvin, TELECOM Lille 1, France, Support seamless debugging between JDT and CDT (Java <> JNI <> C), application is coming soon
- Taivo Evard, University of British Columbia, Canada, project info is coming soon
- Tharaka Roshan, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka, project info is coming soon