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Eclipse 3.0 released!

I just read in Syllabus magazine that Eclipse version 3 is going to make its debut at JavaOne 2004 this coming week.

For those who aren't familiar with Eclipse:
It is a multi-platform Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for Java - free, full-featured, and having many plugins.

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Banazir

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hermes_imagod
Jul. 1st, 2004 10:48 am (UTC)
correction...
For those who aren't familiar with Eclipse:
It is a multi-platform Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for Java - free, full-featured, and having many plugins.


Actually it is a multi-purpose, multi-platform IDE. What I mean by multi-purpose is that Eclipse is not intended to be a Java Development Platform. JDT (Java Development Toolkit) is one of the most popular Eclipse plugins, but it is not Eclipse, for Eclipse is not a Java IDE, it is a totally open platform. For example, you can also use it to develop C/C++ if you have the CDT plugin (C/C++ Development Toolkit) which I have installed by the way. Then it should be called a C/C++ IDE. Or an XML editor if you install the Oxygen plugin. Or a LaTeX environment if you install the ecleTex plugin. Also a versioning management system with its CVS plugin. Or a model checker if you install Bogor's plugin :-)

Man, Eclipse rocks!!! :-)
banazir
Jul. 2nd, 2004 05:07 pm (UTC)
True and true
Preaching to converted, my friend... :-)

Almost ready for that bayesnets meeting.
A new undergrad has joined the group.
What's a good time for you?

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Banazir
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