Camouflage

I love the new Camouflage plugin, but all those NoSuchMethod errors are
annoying..

Alain, do you see them as well or I should send you the stacktraces?

build #3242

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New? The one I see is June 2004.

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




dimitar wrote:

I love the new Camouflage plugin, but all those NoSuchMethod errors
are annoying..

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Alain, do you see them as well or I should send you the stacktraces?

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build #3242

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Norris Shelton wrote:

New? The one I see is June 2004.


Oops, it seems that somebody has changed my plugin sorting order :)

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dimitar

Alain, do you see them as well or I should send you the stacktraces?

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When I'm finished with the MiniWiki plugin, I'll - do my best to -
ressucitate the CamouflagePlugin.
I miss it too, everyday.

Alain

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I think I am going to have to resort to a public display of suicide by
doughnut eating. How is the mini wiki cooler than camo?

Alain Ravet wrote:

dimitar

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>> Alain, do you see them as well or I should send you the stacktraces?
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When I'm finished with the MiniWiki plugin, I'll - do my best to -
ressucitate the CamouflagePlugin.
I miss it too, everyday.

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Alain

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Norris

How is the mini wiki cooler than camo?



I've added a miniTracker in the miniWiki, so it will help me work on the
Camouflage plugin.


Alain

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In article <d09qkg$ng7$1@is.intellij.net>,
Alain Ravet <alain.ravet@biz.tiscali.be> wrote:

Norris

How is the mini wiki cooler than camo?


rofl, Alain, yet another lost soul like myself not seeing the benefits
of wikis :D

R

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In article <nomail-273C56.17170004032005@mail.intellij.net>,
Robert Sfeir <nomail@foobar.com> wrote:

In article <d09qkg$ng7$1@is.intellij.net>,
Alain Ravet <alain.ravet@biz.tiscali.be> wrote:

Norris

How is the mini wiki cooler than camo?


rofl, Alain, yet another lost soul like myself not seeing the benefits
of wikis :D


I rather like Wikis, when the user base is well defined and controlled,
and everyone agrees on whatever ground rules you come up with. (E.g. if
the rule is to ALWAYS put some text in a new page, then the user base
does so without grief. If edits need date stamps when changes are made,
then the entries have date stamps without commando edits.)

They are a great way to do a mildly structured data dump - really good
for a knowledge base a-borning. Eventually, you get the data well
organized, but as a place for data to flow in while still coagulating,
it is handy.

Scott

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