Anyways, this blogpost lists all needed dependencies: https://www.programcreek.com/2011/01/a-complete-standalone-example-of-astparser/
But I have the feeling that I'll end up running a headless #eclipse instance anyways because without it you can't access the Java model, which really limits the usefulness of JDT.
JDT FAQ tells you that "Hence you can use it in an Eclipse headless application or include all the dependent jar files in the class path of your application."
Which I think means "Create Plug-in Project" > "Configure Run-configuration" > "Add jdt.core dependency" > "Press add dependent plugins button" to find out which plugins you'll need..
At first it pained me how little she seemed to know about therapy, medication, etc. but she deliberately holds back in the first episodes to let the listener experience her journey how it actually went down.
For me it definitely got better in the latter episodes, but then I also understood how the series was set up, actually pretty smart imho.
Definitely give it a chance if you think you might like it or it could give somethint to you, it's only about 3 hours total.
I was really sceptical at first but "No Feeling Is Final" is actually a great podcast about mental health problems.
Honor Eastly describes the journey with the voice in her head and through australias mental health system, aided by snippets from her audio diary.
Would recommend it to people struggeling with their demons but also people who maybe want to better understand their loved ones.
somehow managed to miss out on one of the most exciting 'hacks' demonstrated during #35c3 : the rental housing syndicate in Germany.
135 solidarity organizations that keep rental #housing #affordable in city centers by maintaining 'deprivatized' and 'unsellable' housing stock. These are collectively owned buildings with provisions against speculation. The organization is also involved in co-financing other similar housing projects.
https://syndikat.org/ (currently down)
Are you going to #35c3 in Leipzig this year? Want to meet fellow participants from the bsd.network instance, and other ones (especially chaos.social)?
Not just for admins/devs, everyone is welcome! Heck, you don't even need to have an account.
I've heard (well, started) rumours there may be stickers there.
A few days ago a friend came by and told me that he started to use i3, so I finally gave in and started using a tiling window manager..
I went with StumpWM, because I want to be different, of course (and I kind of like emacs and stuff..)
What can I say... I think I like it a lot, besides that I still don't know how to do basic stuff it's great!
Just stumbled upon the Scenic framework.. Cross-platform native UI (OpenGL) with Elixir/OTP, how cool is that?
"The social network Knuddels.de must pay a fine in the amount of 20,000 euros, because it had stored passwords of users unencrypted."
I fee like this should cost way more..
Today I walked my father through an TLS exception and we compared SHA1 cert fingerprints because his mail server admin didn't think about including the right server name.
His answer was: "and what do people do who cannot call anyone who studied computer science?" and I've been thinking about that ever since.
Emacs, Eclipse, Ruby, Elixir, FOSS, Coops, Constructivism, Humanism
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