With Ctrlflow Automated Error Reporting it is easy to integrate a professional error reporting system into your Java software, be it an Eclipse plug-in or a full-blown desktop application. As of this writing, there exist several client libraries (all of them Open Source) which you can use to send error reports to your personal instance [...]Ctrlflow
The Ctrlflow blog covers insights about Automated Error Reporting & Code Search for Java in Eclipse, including exception handling, code snippets, bug tracking, etc.
Eclipse users are used to download the IDE package that best suite their needs – be it the Scala IDE when writing Scala, Zend Studio when writing PHP, or the JBoss Developer Tools when building (Java) web applications. As an Eclipse power user you may have recognized already what all of the above products have in common: They are all [...]Ctrlflow
Why does Automated Error Reporting Not Show Up in My Eclipse Runtime Workbench? When launching your Eclipse product from your Eclipse IDE via a launch configuration, make sure that your launch configuration contains the line “-Declipse.buildId” in your launch configuration’s VM arguments section. Otherwise the error reporting client will [...]Ctrlflow