I am Dave Jing Tian, an 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. All opinions are my own.
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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