Monthly Archives: July 2014

Generating HTML tables with XSLT

The following code snippet is a relatively simple and reusable implementation for generating HTML table content. <!– The number of columns in the generated table –> <xsl:variable name=”nColumns” select=”3″ /> <!– XPath indexes start at 1, not 0. ‘row’ and

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Eclipse 4.4.0 – Tool bar item visibility based on the currently active perspective

Displaying trimmed window tool bar items based on the currently active perspective in an Eclipse 4.4.0 RCP application would seem like a straightforward task but it actually involves a fair bit of tinkering and there are a few not so

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