Yesterday, Eclipse 2018-12 has been released, a new version of the Eclipse IDE and platform. It contains many useful improvements, so it is worth to update. It is the second release following the new release cycle with four equal releases per year.
Besides support for Java 11, Eclipse 2018-12 contains many useful improvements, e.g. the first applications of code mining. Holger Voormann provides once more great videos summarizing the improvements in the Java IDE, the platform and in EGit (please see below)
As always, in case you use our EclipseSource Oomph profile (see here for more details), you should get a notification and Oomph will apply the update automatically. If you do not get the notification, just navigate to the menu entry “Help” => “Perform Set-Up Task”. This will automatically update all plugins to Photon, but keep all existing settings untouched.
Have fun with Eclipse 2018-12!