Saturday, April 26, 2008

Web-Based Java IDE Wanted!

I wanted to check some ideas with Java this evening and the PC that was available to me did not hava Java, nor Java IDE installed. I wish there was a web-based Java IDE integrated with my Google account,, and integrated with some Maven repo to fetch the dependencies!

I have googled about this topic and didn't find any reasonable results besides a video about wwworkspace. I couldn't find the service's website, unfortunately. The only reasonable webpage that I've found on this topic is the IBM's effort on the XUL front-end for eclipse: here... dated October 11, 2007. And no further news from there.

In fact this could be a very interesing project, and also very useful. The web-bvased IDE could even be not only Java-oriented but like eclipse, targeted towards different languages, taking advantage of plug-ins. Probably, using eclipse as a back-end wouldn't be that hard to implement? I wonder why there wasn't a GSoC'2008 proposal for this idea (or even if it was, it wasn't accepted)?

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Google Summer of Code 2008: Application Accepted!

I've got my GSoC application accepted again! This time I've applied to project Drools for extending Guvnor framework. Red Hat got 12 slots in total for Fedora and projects (10 for Fedora and only 2(!) for, Here's the project list. And here's some more stats.

So, happy summer coding to me! :)

Friday, April 11, 2008

Shell History in My Ubuntu

ant@ubuntu:~$ history|awk '{a[$2]++ } END{for(i in a){print a[i] " " i}}' |sort -rn|head
171 ls
134 cd
19 less
17 mogrify
14 rm
12 unzip
10 mv
8 java
7 mkdir

Disqus for Code Impossible