Oh, sorry -- ALT-S, not CTRL-S. Don't worry about it! It's just something some people have done and it makes life more difficult.

Who can help Piero get going with Eclipse?


On Fri, Feb 26, 2010 at 11:59 AM, P.Canepa <pc229@kent.ac.uk> wrote:
Dear all,
thanks for all!
Bob,
I try to upload my CrystalReader class corrected with eclipse once I selected the interested the class I want to upload I pressed CTRL-S-N as you  said, and and pops up a windows what should I do ! I am sorry I have never used eclipse this way.

Thanks, Piero
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Pieremanuele Canepa
Room 104
Functional Material Group
School of Physical Sciences, Ingram Building,
University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent,
CT2 7NH
United Kingdom

e-mail: pc229@kent.ac.uk
mobile: +44 (0) 7772-9756456
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From: Robert Hanson [hansonr@stolaf.edu]
Sent: Friday, February 26, 2010 5:40 PM
To: P.Canepa; Jmol Developers
Subject: Re: Still Crystal

Welcome, Piero Canepa, our newest Jmol developer!

Piero is at the University of Kent (physics, right?) working on a Crystal0X file reader (http://www.crystal.unito.it/). The interesting thing about this reader is that it has 2D and 1D periodicity as well as standard 3D periodicity. Piero and I have been working on this for a few weeks, and it is looking very good now. Still a few capabilities to include, still testing. Not "ready for release" to users quite yet, perhaps.

Piero, as you add capabilities, just add some comments at the top of the file. I'll get automatic messages that indicate you have changed files, but it's still nice if you send messages to that effect anyway at mol-developers@lists.sourceforge.net<mailto:mol-developers@lists.sourceforge.net> . Please start using "Jmol Developers" <jmol-developers@lists.sourceforge.net<mailto:jmol-developers@lists.sourceforge.net>> for communication with me on this so that other developers can chime in as need be. A few conventions:

** Please, if you are using Eclipse, do not use CTRL-S-F --- that reformats the entire file and makes it hard to see what changes are there. What I do is to highlight sections of code and then use CTRL-S-N.

** Please use standard Java conventions for variable names. That means starting with lower case and no underscores:


float[] irFrequencies ....

not

float[] IRFrequencies ....

and not

float[] ir_frequencies ...

for example. It doesn't matter so much, but just letting you know that I will go in and fix those if you don't, and then you will have to resynchronize!

** Always check for updates before you check code back in. I'll try to stay out of your way, but if I see a bug, I may go ahead and fix it myself. I'll try to just tell you it is there.

** Anything else you see there that needs fixing, do tell us!

** We make releases periodically. If new features are added, those are indicated in viewer.jmol.properties. Mostly don't add information there if it is just a simple change in code in a reader, at least for now; but later if we make bug fixes, they are all indicated there.

Looking forward to working with you,

Bob


On Fri, Feb 26, 2010 at 11:02 AM, P.Canepa <pc229@kent.ac.uk<mailto:pc229@kent.ac.uk>> wrote:
ok
It would be nice  I have an acount for sourceforge! My  username is pierocanepa

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Pieremanuele Canepa
Room 104
Functional Material Group
School of Physical Sciences, Ingram Building,
University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent,
CT2 7NH
United Kingdom

e-mail: pc229@kent.ac.uk<mailto:pc229@kent.ac.uk>
mobile: +44 (0) 7772-9756456
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________________________________________
From: Robert Hanson [hansonr@stolaf.edu<mailto:hansonr@stolaf.edu>]
Sent: Friday, February 26, 2010 4:53 PM
To: P.Canepa
Subject: Re: Still Crystal

Piero,

Time to make you a Jmol developer. Would you like to do that? For that you need a SourceForge account. It would be with the understanding that you would restrict your changes to this reader (at least for now). OK?

Bob




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-- Josiah Willard Gibbs, Lecture XXX, Monday, February 5, 1900