Monthly Archives: March 2012

Congrats to all Community Award Winners 2012! and 1000 thanks to all my users

OpenChrom has gone beyond the 1000 downloads per month limit this month! Incredible! Fantastic! Overwhelming!

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Updating RCP applications – don’t “use osgi.configuration.cascaded=true”

Recently, I’ve thought that I’ve understood how the update mechanism of an RCP application works. I don’t. Though the articles from Lars Vogel and Ralf Ebert about updating RCP applications were a great help, something went completely wrong with OpenChrom. … Continue reading

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Own Marketplace Server – Part II

I’ve described how to setup an own marketplace server with PHP and MySQL earlier, watch the post. Today, we’ll have a look at the requirements of an automated resolution of dependencies. First of all, it’s necessary to add the parameter … Continue reading

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OpenChrom version 0.6.0 “Synge” preview has been released!

I proudly announce the availability of the preview release 0.6.0 “Synge”. Several improvements are included, e.g.: Varian *.SMS converter Basic mzXML support for the 3.1 and 3.2 specifications Peak identification batch support Better process feedback Completely reworked marketplace No need … Continue reading

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Own Marketplace Server using PHP/MySQL

First of all, thanks to Tom Seidel who is the project lead of Remus and provides an open source marketplace server. The marketplace server uses J2EE and needs a Jetty or another application server. But why on earth do we … Continue reading

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