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+<!DOCTYPE doc [
+ <!ENTITY trade "&#153;">
+ <!ENTITY reg "&#174;">
+]>
+
+<article link="tutorial1.html">
+ <title>Rich Client Tutorial Part 1</title>
+ <date>July 28, 2004</date>
+ <update>
+ <date>July 2005</date>
+ <reason>for Eclipse 3.1</reason>
+ </update>
+ <category>rcp</category>
+ <category>tutorial</category>
+ <author>
+ <name>Ed Burnette</name>
+ <company>SAS</company>
+ </author>
+ <description>
+ The Rich Client Platform (RCP) is an exciting new way to build
+ Java applications that can compete with native applications on
+ any platform. This tutorial is designed to get you started
+ building RCP applications quickly. It has been updated for
+ Eclipse 3.1.
+ </description>
+</article> \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/Article-RCP-2/about.xml b/Article-RCP-2/about.xml
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+<!DOCTYPE doc [
+ <!ENTITY trade "&#153;">
+ <!ENTITY reg "&#174;">
+]>
+
+<article link="tutorial2.html">
+ <title>Rich Client Tutorial Part 2</title>
+ <date>August 9, 2004</date>
+ <update>
+ <date>November 21, 2005</date>
+ <reason>for Eclipse 3.1</reason>
+ </update>
+ <category>rcp</category>
+ <category>tutorial</category>
+ <author>
+ <name>Ed Burnette</name>
+ <company>SAS</company>
+ </author>
+ <description>
+ The Rich Client Platform (RCP) allows you to build Java
+ applications that can compete with native applications on any
+ platform. Part 1 of the tutorial introduced you to the platform
+ and the steps used to build the smallest possible RCP program.
+ In part 2 we'll look at what we did in more detail and introduce
+ some of the configuration classes that let you take control of
+ much of the layout and functionality of an RCP application. This
+ part has been updated for Eclipse 3.1.
+ </description>
+</article> \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/Article-RCP-3/about.xml b/Article-RCP-3/about.xml
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+<!DOCTYPE doc [
+ <!ENTITY trade "&trade;">
+ <!ENTITY reg "&reg;">
+]>
+
+<article link="tutorial3.html">
+ <title>Rich Client Tutorial Part 3</title>
+ <date>July 28, 2004</date>
+ <category>rcp</category>
+ <category>tutorial</category>
+ <author>
+ <name>Ed Burnette</name>
+ <company>SAS</company>
+ </author>
+ <description>
+ The Rich Client Platform (RCP) lets you pick and choose
+ functionality from Eclipse for use in your own applications.
+ Parts 1 and 2 of this tutorial introduced you to the platform
+ and some of the configuration classes it provides. Part 3
+ discusses how to add functionality such as menus, views, and
+ help files.
+ </description>
+</article> \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/Article-Resource-deltas/about.xml b/Article-Resource-deltas/about.xml
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+<!DOCTYPE doc [
+ <!ENTITY trade "&#153;">
+ <!ENTITY reg "&#174;">
+]>
+
+<article link="resource-deltas.html">
+ <title>
+ How You've Changed!: Responding to resource changes in the
+ Eclipse workspace
+ </title>
+ <date>August 23, 2002</date>
+ <update>
+ <date>November 23, 2004</date>
+ <reason>for Eclipse 3.0</reason>
+ </update>
+ <category>platform</category>
+ <category>resource</category>
+ <author>
+ <name>John Arthorne</name>
+ <company>IBM</company>
+ </author>
+ <description>
+ Many tools and user interface elements are interested in
+ processing resource changes as they happen. For example, the
+ task list wants to update new or changed markers, the navigator
+ wants to reflect added and deleted resources, and the Java
+ compiler wants to recompile modified Java files. Such
+ notifications are potentially costly to compute, manage and
+ broadcast. The Eclipse Platform resource model includes a series
+ of mechanisms for efficiently notifying clients of resource
+ changes. This article outlines these facilities and gives some
+ examples of their use.
+ </description>
+</article> \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/Article-Rule Modeling With EMF/about.xml b/Article-Rule Modeling With EMF/about.xml
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+<!DOCTYPE doc [
+ <!ENTITY trade "&#153;">
+ <!ENTITY reg "&#174;">
+]>
+
+<article link="article.html">
+ <title>Modeling Rule-Based Systems with EMF
+ </title>
+ <date>November 30, 2004</date>
+ <category>emf</category>
+ <category>jet</category>
+ <author>
+ <name>Chaur G. Wu</name>
+ <email>cha_urwu@hotmail.com</email>
+ </author>
+ <description>
+ There are examples of meta-models defined in ECore for modeling objects and
+ relational data. However, not much has been said about how to model rules. This
+ article will define a meta-model in ECore for modeling rule-based systems. We
+ will then use the meta-model to model the solution of a logical problem. Then
+ we will compose some JET templates and generate code from the model, run the
+ generated code through a rule engine and see that the logical problem is
+ correctly solved.
+ </description>
+</article> \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/Article-small-cup-of-swt/about.xml b/Article-small-cup-of-swt/about.xml
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+<!DOCTYPE doc [
+ <!ENTITY trade "&#153;">
+ <!ENTITY reg "&#174;">
+]>
+
+<article link="pocket-PC.html">
+ <title>
+ A small cup of SWT: A bag of hints, tricks and recipes for
+ developing SWT apps on the Pocket PC
+ </title>
+ <date>September 19, 2003</date>
+ <category>ercp</category>
+ <category>rcp</category>
+ <category>eswt</category>
+ <category>swt</category>
+ <author>
+ <name>Christophe Cornu</name>
+ <company>IBM</company>
+ </author>
+ <description>
+ Are you interested in developing applications for the Microsoft
+ &reg;
+ Pocket PC? Are you a desktop developer curious about embedded
+ user interfaces? A well-built embedded application is both user
+ and resource friendly. User expectations are high. Resources are
+ very limited...
+ </description>
+</article>
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<img src="images/articles.gif" align="right">
<p>
Please note that not all articles have been migrated over
- to the new site. For a complete listing, please see
- <a href="http://eclipse.org/articles">Eclipse Articles</a>.
+ to the new site. This process is ongoing and should be completed
+ soon.
<p>
<p>The following articles have been written by members of the

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