Eclipse Juno Milestone 7, available for download

Each year Eclipse publishes 7 milestone releases before starting the endgame.  Today the Eclipse and Equinox teams are proud to make Eclipse 3.8/4.2 (Juno) Milestone 7 available for download.  There are a number of notable features including shiny new icons:

icon Eclipse Juno Milestone 7, available for download

Content assist in in package-info files

content assist pkg info Eclipse Juno Milestone 7, available for download

and enhanced static analysis of case statements:

switch missing default Eclipse Juno Milestone 7, available for download

Checkout the entire new and noteworthy or download the milestone and try it out:

http://download.eclipse.org/eclipse/downloads/drops4/S-4.2M7-201205031800/

4 Responses to “Eclipse Juno Milestone 7, available for download”

  1. Hendy Irawan says:

    Congratulations!

    But I wonder why does it says “Build failed?” test results page shows numerous reds : http://download.eclipse.org/eclipse/downloads/drops4/S-4.2M7-201205031800/testResults.php

    Thank you.

  2. Ian Bull says:

    @Hendy

    Great eye!

    For the past 10 years Eclipse has been built on IBM hardware. To make the build more accessible to others, a few dedicated committers have been migrating the build to eclipse.org hardware. However, 10 years of legacy is not easy to move (hard coded paths, certain assumptions, dedicated test machines, etc…). They are making progress, but not all the test reports are being compiled yet.

  3. Pascal Rapicault says:

    Seeing the big new shiny icon made me wonder if this should not be the splash screen (with transparent background).

  4. Marco Massenzio says:

    Thanks for the pointer, Ian

    It would be great if there were a comment added on the download page or the Project homepage itself: I’ve kept an eye on M7 (been using M6 since it was released) but have not downloaded it because of the ‘red X’s

    Googling for it is also not very fruitful.

    I’ll definitely have a go at it, great stuff!

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