epp Tag

The EPP Wizard is now available as a preview from our website: https://epp.eclipsesource.com. The idea behind the EPP Wizard is to simplify the installation process of dynamic downloads. With the EPP Wizard, you can easily choose what you want to include in your Eclipse installation and install this selection. The wizard itself consists of four pages. The first three pages contain the components that can be installed...

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As of a few minutes ago, Galileo RC3 EPP packages are available from the Eclipse website. You can download them via a direct link to the Galileo RC3 packages website or by opening the main Eclipse download page.  Note, if you go that way, you need to switch to the "Develompent Builds" tab. Why am I writing this? The main reason is that we - myself...

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We are all busy preparing our talks and demonstrations for EclipseCon, aren't we? This year I am trying to use in all of my talks a common set of examples. The plan is to showcase technology from several projects. I will start with the EPP Download Wizard (at the moment 'Friends-of-Eclipse' only) from my EPP project that has been build as a RAP application and uses...

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I have to admit: 23 is the number that I like most. Some computer scientists and mathematicians prefer 42, but this is not a prime number. Why am I starting this blog entry with this odd number? Because my birthday is on a 23rd? While this is true, it is not particular interesting. But if you are going to the EPP project page where you see...

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The Eclipse Packaging Project is working on a wizard that allows you to build your own customizable download, combining plug-ins from predefined packages and Ganymede. The wizard uses Eclipse runtime technology – namely RAP for the web frontend and Equinox P2 for the installer. Before exposing the wizard to a wider audience, we had one burning question: Does it scale up to the volume of...

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