Mutliple Eclipse Installs: How To

1. Update the Eclipse plugin.xml to a different "appName"

/usr/home/t/eclipse-4.10/plugins/org.eclipse.epp.package.java_4.10.0.20181214-0600/plugin.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<?eclipse version="3.4"?>
<plugin>
   <extension
         id="product"
         name="Java IDE"
         point="org.eclipse.core.runtime.products">
      <product
            application="org.eclipse.ui.ide.workbench"
            name="Eclipse IDE">
         <property
               name="preferenceCustomization"
               value="plugin_customization.ini">
         </property>
         <property
               name="appName"
               value="Eclipse-410">
         </property>

 

2. Create a new .desktop file & reference the "appName" for StartupWMClass

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Test Automation: How Programming Languages Rate

Was mulling over the C#/Java situation & couldn't find a compelling reason to use C# other than for WhiteBox Testing. It is slaved to M$ OS & ecosystem, meaning that any hardware used as a test fixture is going to have 40G of bloatware & 1000 background services running which doesn't seem efficient or advisable when consistent results are paramount.

Jumping on the web & AutomationPanda.com seems to come to the same conclusion - though has a preference of Python, probably due to it being a little more lightweight. I just can't get with the syntax/format marriage. I'm not a fan of formatting being a part of syntax. I suppose it forces some standardization of coding styles, but who says that standard is the best approach.

Source: https://automationpanda.com/2017/01/21/the-best-programming-language-for-test-automation/

 

PI4: 64bit OS: Ubuntu 20.04LTS & Verify Image

PI4 Ubuntu Downloads

https://ubuntu.com/download/raspberry-pi

Ubuntu 20.04LTS 64bit

https://ubuntu.com/download/raspberry-pi/thank-you?version=20.04&architecture=arm64+raspi

Verify Image

https://ubuntu.com/download/raspberry-pi/thank-you?version=20.04&architecture=arm64+raspi#

Run this command in your terminal in the directory the iso was downloaded to verify the SHA256 checksum:

echo "48167067d65c5192ffe041c9cc4958cb7fcdfd74fa15e1937a47430ed7b9de99 *focal-preinstlled-server-arm64+raspi.img.xz" | shasum -a 256 --check

You should get the following output:

ubuntu-20.04-preinstalled-server-arm64+raspi.iso: OK
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