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Saturday, July 12, 2003
       
Power Java programming—free!
Rapid technological change makes costly proprietary software development tools obsolete all too quickly. How can developers afford to keep pace? That's easy—exploit open source software. This article shows you how to build an IDE that includes open source tools such as CVS (Concurrent Versions System), Ant, and JUnit. It shows you how to transform the jEdit programmer's text editor into an IDE that supports an extreme programming (XP) approach and how to extend jEdit by developing your own plug-ins.
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Wednesday, July 09, 2003
       
Topic: JTabbedPane : add a remove button in the header
I would like add a remove mecanism in a JTabbedPane like in mozilla.
In fact, in mozilla when you use the tabbedPane(open in a new tab) there is a button in the right of the tab which remove the selected tab.
Do you know if you can do the same mecanism in Java.
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