This is just a quick post to share these 2 little shortcuts to convert text from lower case to uppercase and viceversa in Eclipse.
Lower case: CTRL+SHIFT+Y (CMD+SHIFT+Y on Mac OS X)
Upper case: CTRL+SHIFT+X (CMD+SHIFT+X on Mac OS X)
In both the combination you can select one or more character to convert.
Today, I released my component “ImageNavigator”, you can see it here and download source code. I’m pretty satisfied about it, but it needs some little improvements and I’ve got some ideas to extend its features… so don’t consider it as the final version :P
I just faced the terrible nightmare of “Type was not found or was not a compile-time constant” error (Flex Builder) and I lost several time to figure out what the problem was.
I realized that I was using the same name for MXML Application file which was already used by a class inside one of my packages. So, by renaming the file I solved the problem, but I was not completely satisfied and I looked for a way to avoid the error mantaining the same file/class name. Initially I tried to use namespaces, but as the reference says: “Applying a namespace means placing a definition into a namespace. Definitions that can be placed into namespaces include functions, variables, and constants (you cannot place a class into a custom namespace)”. I finally solved by renaming class references inside my package with the full qualified name (from MyClass to com.mysite.foo.MyClass)