Eclipse 3.7 (Indigo) M2 available for download

Well summer is finally over (Autumn is almost officially here), but it doesn’t mean that everyone has been slacking.  Over the past few months the Eclipse Platform team managed to ship Helios (on time of course), ship Eclipse 4.0 (Early Adopter Release), and start-up the Eclipse 3.7 (Indigo) work.  In fact, Milestone 1 shipped over a month ago, and now Eclipse 3.7 Milestone 2 is here.

There are a few new goodies like wrappable buttons:

wrap Eclipse 3.7 (Indigo) M2 available for download

Compare editor improvements:

author Eclipse 3.7 (Indigo) M2 available for download

And performance improvements to the way p2 sites are managed by the target definition editor.

You can download Eclipse 3.7 M2 from: http://download.eclipse.org/eclipse/downloads/drops/S-3.7M2-201009152024/index.php
or point p2 at the update site:  http://download.eclipse.org/eclipse/updates/3.7milestones

3 Responses to “Eclipse 3.7 (Indigo) M2 available for download”

  1. Marijn Bekers says:

    Is there a link to the New and Noteworthy page?
    I always have terrible trouble finding those, while they usually are most informative (I learned all the keyboard shortcuts and available quick fixes from reading them)

  2. Supriya Thengdi says:

    Hi Marijn,

    After seeing your question, I felt it makes sense to put down couple of steps to find this illusive page.
    Check out my blog post:
    http://devdesignandstuff.blogspot.com/2010/09/finding-new-and-noteworthy-pages-of.html

    Hope you can find this page more easily now.

  3. someone says:

    please add the next features for eclipse :
    1.add “search in project” for the search window (via CTRL+F) .
    2.allow to create code templates that have any kind of characters (even if it starts with “/” ) .
    3.allow to auto-create javadoc comments (those with the @param ,etc…) for all/specific methods/classes/interfaces/… , and also allow to create it via a code template , so that all we need to do is to fill in the description .

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