galileo Tag

If you haven't seen it in the Eclipse announcements: Galileo SR2 is available for download from eclipse.org. From this page you can download the new EPP packages that are based on Galileo SR2 (Service Release) and Eclipse 3.5.2. Or, if you don't want to download the full packages, you can start an upgrade - that's what I did just a few minutes ago. I started with...

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Eclipse 3.5.1 was just released! This is a service release as part of the Eclipse Galileo release train. Inside Eclipse, you can use p2 to update with this URL: https://download.eclipse.org/eclipse/updates/3.5/R-3.5.1-200909170800 If you're only interested in Equinox, you can grab it here: https://download.eclipse.org/equinox/drops/R-3.5.1-200909170800/ Finally the readme is here: https://www.eclipse.org/eclipse/development/readme_eclipse_3.5.1.html So what are you waiting for, update to get the latest bugfixes! If you want to live on the bleeding edge, check out the latest...

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Only 4 days until the final Galileo SR1 bits are going to be released on Friday, time to write about some good news: First of all, there is bug 281501 "64 bit Cocoa EPP packages should be available" which is currently the most wanted bug at Eclipse. I never thought that I would ever be the one who owns the bug with the highest number of...

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Finally I’m happy to announce the long expected extension of the EPP Wizard for proxies. Now the EPP Wizard provides an extended P2 installer which allows you to edit the proxy-related settings. The extended P2 installer has a dialog where you can select a proxy and enter the credentials for it. This feature should be used in cases where the proxy needs full authentication (user...

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Previously, I blogged about the current state of the Eclipse Packaging Project (EPP) Wizard. I have good news, the EPP wizard is now officially available. The wizard has been embedded in our own company download site under the Customize Download button. If you start on the Eclipse Foundation download site and chose to download your packages from EclipseSource, you have the option to download an unmodified...

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Recently, a few people have come to me ask how Eclipse maintains its API and versions. The intent of this question was to see what lessons there are to be learned for other OSGi-based applications. If we step back a bit, in essence, Eclipse is a large OSG application. On top of that, Eclipse is a platform where people build their own OSGi applications on...

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As part of the Eclipse Galileo release, we updated all of our training courses to reflect the latest release: Eclipse RCP Development (4 Days) Eclipse RCP Advanced Topics (3 Days) OSGi and Equinox (3 Days) OSGi and Equinox Primer (1 Day) RAP for Java Developers (4 Days) RAP for RCP Developers (2 Days) We have also added two new courses to cover two popular topics, Equinox p2 and migrating to Galileo RCP: Provisioning...

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Twenty-four hours after opening the flood gates and releasing Galileo I thought I could provide some statistics. Over a year ago I started one of my talks at EclipseCon announcing that every 3 seconds someone starts a download of a packages that we create in my Eclipse Packaging Project. But everything is different in the first few days after a release. When I checked the download...

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