It’s very obvious to everyone who knows me that I hate Eclipse :) Since it’s sort of a standard for all enterprise software companies, we all have to use it whether we like it or not. Anyway it’s not a big deal, but I decided to share the OS X keyboard bindings cheat sheet for Eclipse that I’ve created for myself. Since I’m not an expert Eclipse user, I created a keyboard bindings cheat sheet.
Tracing stacktrace is sometimes very boring. Especially your code is not above certain quality. If you’re an IntelliJ user, there are many many ways to trace your code like Exception Breakpoints, Field Watchpoints, Method Breakpoints and even JS breakpoints :) Anyways, today I needed to trace an exception in one of Eclipse project for work. I was gonna place an Exception Breakpoint, but then I remember that this is not IntelliJ. So a little investigation showed me that it is possible to place an Exception Breakpoint in Eclipse as well. Here is how I do it:
I’m known as an enemy for Eclipse, ‘coz I hate it. And I’ll stick to be like this till they change some major usability issues. And one more final side-note; yes Eclipse RCP sucks!