Tuesday Sep 16, 2008

Mercurial: listing files modified in incoming changesets, and guessing conflicts...

Yesterday my colleague Shanliang asked me whether there was a way to see which files had been modified in the changesets that would be pulled in by 'hg pull', and whether they would conflicts with the files currently being edited in his workspace.

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Tuesday Jun 03, 2008

JavaScript and JMX 2.0 Namespaces

No, rest assured - I have not conjured up some kind of new unfathomable hybrid beast from Dante's Seventh Hell... More prosaically, I have simply put together a small JavaScript slide show from some JMX 2.0 Namespace slides presented by Eamonn at JavaOne 2008.

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Tuesday Apr 22, 2008

Updating Your Mercurial Repository

... while working on uncommitted changes.

Sometimes when you are working on a fix - or an RFE, you'd like to sync-up with your parent's repository and pull any changes it contains without having to commit your own work in progress. Here is my own recipe - direct from my mercurial cookbook.

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Friday Dec 14, 2007

How I installed the Mercurial Forest extension on my windows test machine.

The source code for OpenJDK is now available in Mercurial repositories. These repositories are organized into mercurial forests. If you are eager to work on the OpenJDK code, you will want to install the forest extension for Mercurial. Here is how I did it on my windows test machine.

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Monday May 21, 2007

OpenJDK and NetBeans: A Tutorial to build JConsole and JMX Sources

The OpenJDK and NetBeans IDE WebSite has now a tutorial that shows how to build various part of the JDK, and the JDK itself: in particular, there's a chapter dedicated to building the JMX API sources, and another one dedicated to building the JConsole graphical tool sources.

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Thursday May 10, 2007

OpenJDK is out, with a JMX and JConsole NetBeans project!

As you were already informed by many prominent bloggers from the Java Community, the OpenJDK Project is finally out!

And of course, the JMX technology and JConsole graphical tool are part of it. Cherry on the cake: we are even providing NetBeans IDE `projects' that will let you work easily on JMX and JConsole without having to compile the whole OpenJDK!

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