Added Me in the LotusScript mode for JEdit.
The Performance Considerations for Domino Applications RedBook has a great appendix (Appendix C-5) that explains the order of evaluation of events/formulas when opening/closing/saving forms/documents (in R5). Great to print and use as a reference, since the Domino 5 Designer Help doesn’t provide this information.
My ”Invaluable URL:s” are now sorted in a ”Domino/technical content” way, so that the best (my opinion) sites are at the top. The ones at the bottom are not bad, but they may have less Domino/technical content, or hasn’t been updated in a while.
Found an interesting site when I searched Google for ”game programming Java”. Isn’t the Internet a fantastic thing? How did we manage without it before? 🙂
I am learning to code games in Java, and if anyone has some tips about what books/sites to read, please feel free to contact me. Sites like The Java Game Programming Tutorial is a bit too easy for me 🙂
Have signed up for a payed SpamCop account to report all spams I receive. I hope I can help to stop some stupids sending me information about Viagra and such… I can really recommend signing up! The service is easy to use; just forward your spam to a special address, and the SpamCop server handles […]
Have a look at my wishlist at Amazon.
Feel free to donate as much as you like to a poor programmer…
When searching for system tray implementations in Java (for Windows), I found Java System Tray Manager and JTray. I have tested the former (GPL:ed), and it works quite good! The latter is not free, but I will try the demo version soon. (Also found the systray project at SourceForge.)