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As described in our previous post, we maintain a common Eclipse Oomph Profile with our favorite plugins and settings preconfigured. By using Oomph, you can install this version of Eclipse with a single click. See here for a more thorough introduction and how to install the pre-configured Eclipse. As promised, we will describe the things we adapted and added to the standard Eclipse Packages. In the...

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Eclipse Neon was successfully released on June 22nd. Neon provides better performance and a variety of improvements. Therefore, we recommend to always update the IDE to the newest version. We updated the EclipseSource Oomph Profile accordingly, so, if you use our profile, all you need to do is restart your Eclipse IDE, and all updates will be applied for you. Please see here to learn...

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Mars.2 was successfully released on Friday, February 26st. “Mars.2” is the second “service release” for Mars (former SR2). We updated the EclipseSource Oomph Profile accordingly, so, if you use our profile, you just need to restart your Eclipse IDE, and all updates will be applied for you. If you are running multiple instances, please close all except the one you restart. The update will take a while...

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As described in our previous post, we maintain a common Eclipse Oomph Profile with our favorite plugins and settings preconfigured. Using Oomph, you can get this version of Eclipse installed with a single click. See here for a more thorough introduction on how to obtain the pre-configured Eclipse. As promised, we will describe the things we adapted and added to the standard Eclipse Packages. In the...

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Mars.1 was successfully released on Friday, October 2nd. “Mars.1” is the first “service release” for Mars. The community has decided not to call the second and third release of one release stream "service" releases, as many participating projects also add new features. However, specifically the core components mainly focus on stability in Mars.1 and Mars.2 and therefore, we recommend to always update the IDE to...

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As described in our previous post, we maintain a common Eclipse Oomph Profile with our favorite plugins and settings preconfigured. Using Oomph, you can get this version of Eclipse installed with a single click. See here for a more thorough introduction and how to get the pre-configured Eclipse. As promised, we will describe the things we adapted and added to the standard Eclipse Packages. I would...

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As described in our previous post, we maintain a common Eclipse Oomph Profile with our favorite plugins and settings preconfigured. By using Oomph, you can get this version of Eclipse installed with a single click. See here for a more thorough introduction and how to get the pre-configured Eclipse Oomph Profile. As promised, we describe the things we adapted compared to the standard Eclipse Packages. I...

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The core strength of the Eclipse IDE has always been its adaptability and extensibility. Even without adding new plug-ins, you can customize almost everything by setting a preference. Additionally, there is a rich ecosystem of plug-ins for almost any imaginable task or activity a developer works on. This ranges from programming language support, SCM integration, static code analysis to integrations with task and bug trackers....

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