The C# editor in Visual Studio supports collapsing/expanding namespaces, classes and methods (aka the outlining feature). Unlike the C++ editor, it doesn't allow to collapse blocks (everything with braces, such as if/else, using, switch, etc.). However, you can retrofit this feature with the C# Outline 2013 extension. Installation Navigate to Tools -> Extensions and Updates … Continue reading Visual Studio C# Block Outlining
As the above heading works perfectly for SEO currently, I should add my two cents on the topic. There's been a lot of interesting posts to read about the Oracle suit against Google in the blogosphere recently. The most insightful is probably the comment of James Gosling (the Java creator). Personally, I'm not to concerned about … Continue reading Thoughts about Oracle vs. Google
To recurse or not to recurse? This is of course a brilliant idea if you're in search for a cool and geeky name for your new pet project. But is it also wise to code your-favorite-algorithm (tm) in a recursive manner? Let's start with the basics, Wikipedia has a good definition available: Recursion, in mathematics … Continue reading IASRA is a stupid recursive acronym!
Hi everyone, I finally made it to write my first blog entry for the planet! Time to talk a bit about my self as I'm still quite new to KDE development. Harald Fernengel managed to push my nose onto KDE-4 back in the days when I was a Trolltech intern earlier this year and I … Continue reading Hello Planet KDE!