To add a folder of generated source code to Eclipse project, right-click on project and select “Properties”. Then select the “Java Build Path” at the left panel, and click “Source”. Click “Add Folder” button, and browse to the generated source code folder. Finally, ensure the project is refreshed (F5, guys/gals!)
To update eclipse software on Linux behind proxy is a bit tricky but doable and here is how:
1) Find the proxy server’s host name and your account’s authentication info
2) Open the network connection by “Windows”->”Preferences”-> “General”->”Network Connection”, select “manual” and enter the proxy information. Below is a screenshot of my setup:
You never know what will happen next in life. One lazy afternoon, when I was enjoying my afternoon tea, two funny yellow birds showed up at my door. They introduced themselves as Tweet and Mini Tweet. I guess they are twins, but one is much much bigger than the other. They came with questions, and, boys, did I have the answer!
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When working with VOIP, it’s helpful to have Asterisk server on the development machine. Asterisk server is Digium’s software implementation of PBX (private branching exchange), which provides features like voice calls, video and voice conferencing, and messaging. This blog entry details how to set up and apply basic configuration to an Asterisk on an Ubuntu virtual machine.
We continue from the Set up Asterisk Server on Ubuntu VM in VirtualBox to test Linphone : Part 1, and will show how to configure Asterisk and Linphone as SIP client on two devices to call each other over WiFi.
I’ve wanting to learn more about creating games using Unity3D, and finally got some time on my hand to start. It took around five 4 to 5 hours of following Brackey’s wonderful Unity 2D tutorial to create a Pong game. The finished game is on http://rave.shallwelearn.com/pong/pong.html
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I’ve read about Node.js and finally had a chance to test it out. After 30 minutes, I found it easy to use and very powerful, and would definitely explore some more in the future. This blog documents my short experiment with Node.js
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