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Category Archives: Eclipse Universe
SpringSource has released the SpringSource Tool Suites in version 3.0.0, which are based on the latest Eclipse release 4.2 (Juno). STS is now available as two different distributions: Spring Tool Suite – Formerly known as SpringSource Tool Stuite, this full … Continue reading
Version 4.2 of the popular Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools Framework (BIRT) has been released last week. Starting with the new version the BIRT Designer is built on top of Eclipse 4 (Juno) and therefore has a slightly different look … Continue reading
Do you know this problem? When starting a GWT application within the dev-mode it will be deployed in the root context. But when building the project and deploying it, e.g., usually some context other than root will be used (on Tomcat … Continue reading
Continuing the series of updates in the open source community, here comes the update for the google eclipse plugin… The update site is http://dl.google.com/eclipse/plugin/4.2 for both eclipse 4.2 and 3.8.
Mit Eclipse Juno wurden die Versionen 4.2 und 3.8 der bekannten IDE und Rich Client Plattform veröffentlicht. Es handelt sich um das erste Release, bei welchem die Plattform Version 4 das Hauptrelease stellt. Für Eclipse 3 war es voraussichtlich das … Continue reading
Mylyn is an Eclipse plugin and framework for task management. It’s subproject – Mylyn WikiText – provides an extensible framework and tools for parsing, editing and presenting wiki markup. It can be used standalone, integrated into your Java application without … Continue reading