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[Logging] Using log4j2 with asynchronous loggers via LMAX disruptor in an Eclipse RCP application, incl. solving sun.misc issue

When it was first released, the web was full of praise for Version 2.x of the quasi standard Java logging framework Apache Log4j. One of its main selling points is that it includes asynchronous loggers for low-latency logging, which apparently

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Posted in Eclipse RCP, Log4j, Logging, Maven, Tycho

Building a cross-platform, feature-based Eclipse RCP Product with Tycho II: Mind your OSs

If you have followed Building a cross-platform, feature-based Eclipse RCP Product with Tycho (the umpteenth), and have run the build on a Windows system, you will have ended up with non-executable products for Mac OS X and Linux. What this

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Posted in Build, Eclipse RCP, Operating System, Tutorial, Tycho

Building a cross-platform, feature-based Eclipse RCP Product with Tycho (the umpteenth)

DISCLAIMER: This solution was tested with Eclipse Indigo (3.7.2), Java JDK 1.6.0_37, Tycho 0.16.0, using a Target Definition which contains p2 repositories only, and a Product Definition which is feature-based. A “delta pack” is not needed, as all necessary plug-ins

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Posted in Build, Eclipse RCP, Maven, Tycho
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