I am Dave Jing Tian, an (to-be) Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Purdue University working on system security. My research involves embedded systems, operating systems, and trusted computing.
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Category Archives: IDE_Make
Dynamic lib may be the widely used mechanism for code reusing and memory saving, both for Windows and UNIX/Linux systems. To better understand the dynamic lib, we will try to fix the famous error during linking and investigate the symbols … Continue reading
There are some tricky stuffs if you are planning to install nltk for your Python2.7 (Note, only Python 2.x is supported right now) on 64-bit win7 system. Generally, all these awkward trouble are caused by stupid windows installer, which may … Continue reading
This post summaries the procedure for setting up a git server for small team development using private code repository. The trigger is that github does NOT provide free private repository (except student/teacher account) and we are not ready to open … Continue reading
Recently done a performance tuning using gprof, gprof2dot and dot. While there are already a lot of webs talking about them respectively or generally. This post is trying to provide some hints from my real experience, as well as some … Continue reading
Original web: http://netbeans.dzone.com/tips/quickstart-guide-language-supp 在netbeans下写新的语言支持插件 Published on NetBeans Zone (http://netbeans.dzone.com) Quick Start: Creating Language Tools In NetBeans IDE By greeniridium Created 2008/04/14 – 5:44pm NetBeans IDE is one of the main free Java editors in the market. In fact, it can be … Continue reading
To change the look&feel, language for NetBeans (改变NetBeans的外观和默认的语言环境), especially for the IDE on Windows XP with default language – Chinese: Modify ‘netbeans.conf’ under your ‘$NETBEANS_HOME/etc/’ by adding –laf javax.swing.plaf.metal.MetalLookAndFeel //change the look&feel into Java metal style –locale en_US // change … Continue reading