Is there any way we can get rid of the whole index paradigm for the front page? That's why the search function exists: to let people find pages. It's a little 'un-wiki' to have everything indexed on the front page. Anyone else agree? -051006 djspiewak [at] gmail
I'm going to start working on a way to change the front page up a bit so that it's more wiki. This has really been driving me nuts. :-) Obviously you can roll things back if you dissagree. Please post here on why you did it if you do so I have some idea why. Djspiewak.gmail.com 13:40, 23 May 2006 (EDT)
Go for it. --Denis.roy.eclipse.org 10:34, 16 June 2006 (EDT)
I´m developing a program with wxwidgets in C++ and I´d like to put its own icon on its left-top corner of the program window and show the same icon in the windows toolbar and when I execute it with the window explorer. So I create a .rc file
How can I use the resource file in Eclipse? because I have compiled the .rc transforming it in a .res,but I suspect Eclipse no understanding this new file I need.
This .rc file looks like :
- include <windows.h>
MI_ICONO ICON DISCARDABLE "std.ico"
I wonder if there is an option in Eclipse to include ressources files o something like this.
Thank you in advance - User:Antoniobergua.guadaltel.es
It's worth noting that a wiki discusion page is not the page to be discusing things like this. :-) Try on a newsgroup. It's also worth noting that no, there is no way you can do this. Djspiewak.gmail.com 21:41, 4 June 2006 (EDT)
Hello I am doing plug-in for jsp and I need that the publisher completes Java code. Whereupon bookstore can do this. Where encounter an example. Excuse I do not speak English, I translated with google.
It's worth noting that a wiki discusion page is not the page to be discusing things like this. :-) Try on a newsgroup. --Denis.roy.eclipse.org 10:34, 16 June 2006 (EDT)