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Issue with Eclipse Plugin upgrade

Posted 03/07/2010 - 19:28 by sakeba

Having issue in upgrading Eclipse plugin for MyEclipse
Version: 3.4.2
Build id: M20090211-1700

Error Details:
Cannot complete the request.  See the details.
Cannot find a solution satisfying the following requirements org.eclipse.pde.core [3.4.0.v20090202].

Need to delve a little deeper...

 Solution:

The Installation was successful with plain Eclipse with the same version/build. So it has to be Eclipse, not MyEclipse....

 

A pinch of this ...

Posted 02/28/2010 - 23:58 by nzblue_fish

Hi mashers,

I've been pondering what to do next in my 34 Mashups challenge.

A few weeks ago I had to explain to an older family member exactly what a 'mashup' was.  It might not seem like a difficult thing to do, but when their total experience with technology comes down to a bit of email and using the Internet I was wondering how best to explain it to them in simple terms. [Read More...]

Challenge Mashup #32 - Geocode Data

Posted 02/13/2010 - 05:14 by nzblue_fish

Hi mashers,

well here's the next installment in my challenge to build a working example of all 34 (well I'm sure I counted 37 but what's a mashup or two between friends) mashup patterns suggested in Mike Ogrinz's book "Mashup Patterns - Designs and Examples for the Modern Enterprise" (which you can find out more about here). [Read More...]

In case you didn't hear, the MDC has a new tribal leader!

Posted 02/11/2010 - 11:48 by MiMi Levine

My Fellow MDC Members,  [Read More...]

Take Our Poll, 'How are Mashups relevant to you?'

Posted 02/03/2010 - 13:37 by MiMi Levine

We recently wrapped up our wildly popular "Which Mashup Are You?" poll generated with our awesome mashup trading cards. And here's what we learned, together we helped define what mashups are and their value to you.. [Read More...]

Check Out The Haiti Crisis Communication Dashboard

Posted 02/02/2010 - 17:41 by jess

  We've all been fixated on the devastating Haiti earthquake that recently shattered tens of thousands of lives throughout the Haitian nation.  Over the past 2 weeks each one of us has been called on to do our part, whether you texted for Haiti, packed care packages at your local church or volunteered to help prepare for a rescue mission, together we’ve done our part to help a broken nation of people. [Read More...]

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