Dimitri Missoh
enthusiastic technologist and problem solver

April 29th, 2008

Embed a Hessian based Client and Server in a Eclipse Plug-in

I’am currently working on a small project. The goal is to embed a Hessian based client and server in a eclipse plug-in. This can for example be used to let either two RCP Applications to communicate with each other or an RCP Client and a arbitrary external Application to communicate over this binary protocol. In the first step Client and Server have been both implemented in java. I get it work so far. Within the next “few” days I will try to implement a combination where the server is written in java and the client in C# (using HessianC#).

This diagram shows the structure of the whole project.

The overall structure of the project

I add a zip that contains the “dirty and uncommented” source code of the projects. The java and plug-in projects can be imported into eclipse. To compile the C#-Part of the project you will need either Microsoft Visual Studio Express (available for free) or the open source SharpDevelop. I hope this can be useful for someone.

Download Projects Files.

April 20th, 2008

Open source alternative

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April 20th, 2008

A not so evil shell visiting my IDE

Everyday I have to execute some batch files and start some processes (e.g. start the http server or tomcat) using the command prompt. I found a very usefull Eclipse plug-in that integrate all this nice stuffs directly in my IDE. Check out the free available plug-in at http://www.wickedshell.net/.

April 20th, 2008

Manage my consoles

Want to have multiple Command Promp (DOS, Cygwin) managed in the same window, with the possibility to copy and paste text? Than checkout the open source project at http://sourceforge.net/projects/console.

April 20th, 2008

Welcome!

Welcome to my blog!

I ported my blog to wordpress on a free provider space (www.free.fr).

And as you can see it works!