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Smaller font sizes for Eclipse on Linux

Daniel Ferbers Technical Tavern

This article describes some approaches to launch Eclipse on Linux with smaller font sizes and customized graphical user interface (GUI).

The modern desktop environments like KDE or Gnome use larger font sizes to enhance readability of screen contents. However, Eclipse, looks better with a clean design and small fonts.

Views like Package Explorer or Outline may contain very large listings of important information. Eclipse uses are not willing to waste precious space neither with large fonts nor with fancy window decorations.

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Project management and the GNU coding standards

Autotools: Up and Running in 15 Minutes Using the Following Material

Autotools — *nix and all other platforms
Cmake — Windows only

Best Autotools Intro

Part 1 of 3:

Part 2 of 3:

Part 3 of 3:

http://ator1699.home.xs4all.nl/Work/GBS/Doc_and_download/2_RecursiveMakeConsideredHarmful.pdf

For more details, use the following:

Making configure Scripts 

A brief introduction to the GNU Autotools &c 

An argument against Autotools and in favor of CMake