Though Matisse4MyEclipse is fully integrated into MyEclipse, Macintosh users will be unable to utilize the Matisse4MyEclipse, MyUML, and MyEclipse Image Editor functions due to the long-standing Eclipse SWT_AWT bug #145890.
The MyEclipse 5.1 release is available to all free trial users. Please see the installation instructions above for instructions on how to try out MyEclipse!
Please view a full list of MyEclipse Features for a more comprehensive overview of MyEclipse's capabilities. MyEclipse is becoming the default IDE for developers seeking to create sophisticated Java and J2EE applications using standards-based tools. By the end of 2007, Genuitec estimates that between eight hundred thousand and one million users will have downloaded and tried MyEclipse. The value of having a seamlessly integrated and tested platform with ready technical support makes MyEclipse the leading developer choice in Java development.
Installation - IMPORTANT!
MyEclipse 5.1 is based off of Eclipse 3.2.1.
***If you already have Eclipse 3.2.1 installed on your system, you will need to download only the MyEclipse upgrade labeled "Plugin" found in the Downloads area.
***If you have not yet upgraded to Eclipse 3.2.1, the new MyEclipse All-in-One Installer will bring you up to speed in all necessary components, including Eclipse 3.2.1, MyEclipse 5.1, and Java 5 JRE in one install. The All-in-One installer is available in the downloads section as well. Please select the "All-in-One" download option to fully update your system.
***Note: the All-in-One Installer is currently available for Windows users only. Mac and Linux users will need to install Eclipse 3.2.1 and then install MyEclipse 5.1.
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