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         | Moving this documentation to jdt.core git version control
 
         | Moving this documentation to jdt.core git version control
 
         | Easier to control, review and can be tracked via bugs if required
 
         | Easier to control, review and can be tracked via bugs if required
         | Writing may become more cumbersome
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         | MP: Writing may become more cumbersome
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SH: I'm comfortable with the wiki, it has version control, too.<br>
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SH: The equivalent of bugs is: the Discussion Page (aka talk)
 
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         | Pointers to be added to get sources
 
         | Pointers to be added to get sources
 
         | So that this is the one stop for contributing to JDT Core
 
         | So that this is the one stop for contributing to JDT Core
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         | I already see this under "Overview":<br> *The [[JDT Core Committer FAQ#Coding|Coding]] section covers getting the code from git and getting it to compile in your workspace<br>Not enough?
 
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Revision as of 17:01, 11 July 2020

Suggestions for https://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php?title=JDT_Core_Programmer_Guide/

Suggestions

These are just suggestions and no need to accept; Even if accepted no time period for completion.

Page Suggestion Rationale Remarks Decision
JDT_Core_Programmer_Guide Moving this documentation to jdt.core git version control Easier to control, review and can be tracked via bugs if required MP: Writing may become more cumbersome

SH: I'm comfortable with the wiki, it has version control, too.
SH: The equivalent of bugs is: the Discussion Page (aka talk)

JDT_Core_Programmer_Guide Pointers to be added to get sources So that this is the one stop for contributing to JDT Core I already see this under "Overview":
*The Coding section covers getting the code from git and getting it to compile in your workspace
Not enough?

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