OOoEclipseIntegration release 1.0.3

I'm glad to announce that 1.0.3 release of the OOoEclipseIntegration plugin is out. Here are the changes:

  • Basic URE support
  • User documentation
  • Developer documentation: Javadoc API completed and “howto extend” tutorial
  • Moving the language specific code into a new plugin
  • Ant scripts to automate the update site build …

UNO-IDL types introspection in Java

Since the beginning of the Google Summer of Code 2005 when I started the Eclipse Integration project, I wanted to provide a code completion feature for UNO-IDL. At the beginning I thought at a huge mecanism using IDL parsers to fetch the informations. However, I investigate a bit …

Handling GStreamer throught UNO

Big news, I have a first working version of an UNO component to handle GStreamer from UNO code. This will allow using gstreamer features within UNO framework such as macro but also Java, c++ or pyUNO programs.

This component has many advantages for it uses a free multimedia …

Creating an URE application in C++

I just have finished to write a tutorial on how to create a simple C++ application based on the URE. This paper is written for URE and UNO beginners and might be missing some important informations.

I would really appreciate every return to modify this tutorial and make it better …

OOEclipse Integration isn't dead

A new version

I have released a new version (1.0.1) of the Eclipse plugin to support development. Here are the changes from the previous release:

  • a new UNO-IDL interface wizard
  • the new UNO project wizard was extended with the new service wizard as a second page …

A UNO-URE exercise

I just have completed to write and document a small exercise to learn the basis for C++ URE based applications. Just get the joint archive and look at the README file for the instructions.

In the archive you will find: the correction, the question and the makefile for the build …

UNO Component for URE test.

I have written an example of URE application just saying Hello URE world in two languages: C++ and Java. To run this example you will need an UNIX environment, that is to say a UNIX or an emulation like cygwin. It uses the following tools:

  • GNU Make
  • G++ 3.3 …