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Does anyone use Esri products?

I have arcGIS installed on my machine

How do i install ArcGIS plug-ins to netbeans or eclipse?
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Disclaimer: We use ESRI products but not the Eclipse plug-in.

Most eclipse plug-ins are just unzipped and the folder (usually named something like, "edu.ncsu.fitrunner.feature_1.1.1") is moved into the "C:\...whatever\eclipse\plugins" or "C:\...whatever\eclipse\features" directory(ies).
 
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Is this better? ListChoice is how it's pronounced. I didn't think we were supposed to use our real names.
 
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