Each machine has its own view. That means screens can be different. Same workspace only means same application choices. An operator is not allowed to developpe some specific configuration with CSS-op.
A specific (Eclipse?) internal variable can solve workspace locking. (I am not sure. Kay, any idea?) Charles Henri Patard who is the CSS/BOY developper at GANIL will be back soon and be able to answer.
To develop CSS SP2 distribution, we try to use the same eclipse platform that CSS uses.
We will notify the url next month.
De : email@example.com [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Date d'envoi : vendredi 20 décembre 2013 14:35
À : Touchard Dominique
Cc: Patard Charles-Henri; Lecorche Eric
Objet : RE: Design strategies for CSS BOY screens
> Our system is based on a Linux hosts sharing the same NFS file system.
> A unique operator account controls the facility. This account is used
> by a team of 3 operators plus beam experts and equipment responsible
> This specific CSS distribution, named CSS-op, mainly oriented to BOY,
> can work on a unique workspace shared by several nodes. (We succeeded
> to persuade eclipse not to put toolbars everywhere.)
This sounds interesting, how does it work in practice? Does this mean that each operator machine has the same screens open all the time? Are you running eclipse 3 or 4? One of the problems we had was with workspace locking, so more details on how to avoid this would be very useful.
> We are currently packaging a Spiral2 CSS distribution for our
> collaboration, and we hope to finalize this work by the end of January
> 2014. We will invite you to test/evaluate this distribution if you want
> to. Let us known if you are interested in.
Yes, we are definitely interested.
> You can see a snapshot (slide 14) :
Do you have any more screenshots of complete workspaces with many tabs/windows open?
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