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Genuitec wants you!

The company behind MyEclipse and Pulse is growing at an amazing pace! We're looking for highly-qualified Eclipse developers to join our team. If you think you'd be a good fit, please send your resume to employment@genuitec.com

Best,
Jens
Genuitec
13 years ago
You may also want to think about giving MyEclipse a try. Some of the "complexities" of Eclipse are alleviated, as well as adding a mountain of additional options to add productivity without hassle.
Well-documented and supported as well, so you have a neck to wring. :-)

http://www.myeclipseide.com

If you have any issues, please let me know.

Jens
MyEclipse
jens@genuitec.com
Genuitec (guys who created MyEclipse) are giving away a free tool that helps you find and manage your Eclipse tools - even share tool profiles. Feel free to check it out.

http://www.poweredbypulse.com
Genuitec, LLC, today announced the immediate availability of MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench 5.5. This feature-packed release showcases simplified enterprise and Ajax development in addition to providing support for many of the enhancements of Java EE 5. Please be sure to review the New & Noteworthy and release notes documentation prior to installing.

Download MyEclipse 5.5 Now!

FREE MyEclipse 5.5 Training on Monday, May 21st

"The support for Java EE 5 (specifically EJB 3, standardized and open Java persistence and enhanced JSF capabilities) solves critical usability concerns our customers have voiced," said Wayne Parrott, Vice President of Product Development for Genuitec. "With new wizards, validation and code-assist features, users will quickly see the productivity increase these new features provide."

In addition, the 5.5 release will include continued support for the popular MyEclipse SNAPs (Simple Non-integrated APplications), which allow for workspace-free file manipulation. Continuing to bridge gaps between disparate IDEs, "Use-Anywhere" connectors are provided so users of NetBeans, IntelliJ IDEA and Visual Studio platforms can utilize MyEclipse SNAPs (including a Visual Web Designer/HTML Editor [now supporting .php and .asp files], XML Editor, Database tools, smart Text Editing tools and Java Image Editor [with screen capture ability]) directly within their own environments. The SNAPs are free as part of the MyEclipse distribution,
but are currently only available for the Windows platform.

The following is a sampling of the new/updated features in MyEclipse 5.5:
  • Platform support:

    • Microsoft Vista support
    • Eclipse 3.2.2 compatible
    • Upgraded MyEclipse-WebTools, an enhanced and professionally supported version of Eclipse WTP 1.5.3 with many MyEclipse improvements and bug fixes
    • SNAPs Non-Eclipse Integration and Improvements
    • Java EE 5 Projects

      • Create Java EE 5 Web, EJB and Enterprise (EAR) projects with integrated library support
      • EJB Projects include integrated JPA and DB Explorer support
      • Much more
      • EJB3 - Enterprise Java Beans

        • Create Stateless, Stateful, Entity and Message enterprise beans
        • Wizards for creating all
        • Code-assist and validation of Java annotations
        • Reverse-engineer Entity and Stateless session bean facades from MyEclipse Database Explorer
        • MyEclipse Java Persistence Tools (including JPA, Toplink, Hibernate)

          • Add JPA Capabilities to any Java project
          • Integrates with MyEclipse Database Explorer for database connections and metadata access
          • JPA entity annotation validation
          • JPA properties editors and Java Persistence perspective
          • Much more
          • Visual JSF Page Designer

            • All new JSF Visual Page Designer for WYSIWYG editing of advanced JSF components
            • Supports Drag-and-Drop style editing of all standard JSF components
            • Preview mode of JSF design page
            • JSF and faces.config creation wizards
            • Much more
            • MyEclipse Derby Database

              • Integrated Derby database server with preconfigured JDBC driver
              • Sample schema is immediately accessible by all DB and JPA tools
              • Matisse4MyEclipse Swing Visual Designer upgrades, availability as a standalone plugin
              • Facelets support
              • XHTML support
              • MyEclipse UML improvements
              • Improved internationalization
              • New Application Server Connectors (Glassfish V2, Geronimo 2, Oracle 10, Weblogic 10)
              • All-in-One Installer reduced download volume by 50%
              • Much more!

13 years ago
Genuitec today announced the immediate availability of MyEclipse Enterprise

Workbench 5.5 M2. This second milestone release showcases simplified

enterprise and Ajax development in addition to providing support for many of

the enhancements of Java EE 5. Please read the <a <br /> <br /> href="http://www.myeclipseide.com/ContentExpress-display-ceid-<br /> <br /> 97.html">release notes and <a <br /> <br /> href="http://www.myeclipseide.com/ContentExpress-display-ceid-110.html">New

and Noteworthy documents for further details prior to download.

Download MyEclipse 5.5 M2 now!

In

addition to Java EE 5 support, the second milestone release will include

continued support for the popular <a <br /> <br /> href="http://www.myeclipseide.com/ContentExpress-display-ceid-<br /> <br /> 103.html">MyEclipse SNAPs (Simple Non-integrated APplications), which

allow for workspace-free file manipulation. Continuing to bridge gaps between

disparate workspaces, <a href="http://www.myeclipseide.com/ContentExpress-<br / rel="nofollow"> <br /> display-ceid-103.html">"Use-Anywhere" connectors are provided so users of

NetBeans, IntelliJ IDEA and Visual Studio platforms can utilize MyEclipse

SNAPs (including a Visual Web Designer/HTML Editor [now supporting .php and

.asp files], XML Editor, Database tools and Java Image Editor [with screen

capture ability]) directly within their own environments. The SNAPs are free

as part of the MyEclipse distribution, but are only available for the Windows

platform.

The following is a sampling of the new/updated features in

MyEclipse 5.5 M2:
  • Platform support

    • Microsoft Vista support
    • Eclipse 3.2.2 compatible
    • Upgraded MyEclipse-WebTools, an enhanced and professionally supported


    • version of Eclipse WTP 1.5.3 with many MyEclipse improvements and bug fixes
    • SNAPs Non-Eclipse Integration and Improvements
    • Java EE 5 Projects

      • Create Java EE 5 Web, EJB and Enterprise (EAR) projects with


      • integrated library support
      • EJB Projects include persistence.xml generation and synchronization
      • Much more
      • EJB3 - Enterprise Java Beans

        • Create Stateless, Stateful, Entity and Message enterprise beans
        • Wizards for creating all
        • Code-assist and validation of Java annotations
        • Reverse-engineer Stateless Session Bean facades from MyEclipse Datatbase


        • Explorer
        • MyEclipse Java Persistence Tools (including JPA, Toplink, Hibernate)

          • Add JPA Capabilities to any Java project
          • Integrates with MyEclipse Database Explorer for database connections and


          • metadata access
          • Persistence perspective
          • Much more
          • Visual JSF Page Designer

            • All new JSF Visual Page Designer for WYSIWYG editing of advanced JSF


            • components
            • Supports Drag-and-Drop style editing of all standard JSF components
            • Preview mode of JSF design page
            • JSF and faces.config creation wizards
            • Much more
            • Matisse4MyEclipse Swing Visual Designer upgrades
            • MyUML improvements
            • Improved internationalization
            • New Application Server Connectors (Geronimo 2, Oracle 10, Weblogic 10)
            • All-in-One Installer reduced download volume by 50%
            • Much more!
            • The following URL provides additional details about

              MyEclipse 5.5 M2:

              http://www.myeclipseide.com/ContentExpress-display-ceid-110.html
13 years ago
Genuitec is proud to announce availability of MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench 5.5. Based on a new Fusion™ technology platform, this first milestone release introduces significant developer enhancements for the MyEclipse IDE and debuts a new suite of SNAPs (Simple Nonintegrated Applications) tools targeted for quick, light-weight, “no IDE required”™ development tasks. Fusion technology and SNAPs are included in the MyEclipse distribution at no additional charge, and are therefore also available for free trial.
Download MyEclipse 5.5 with Fusion Technology and SNAPs!

Click here to see a SNAP in action.

The advent of Fusion technology and the SNAPs tool suite opens new doors by enabling non-IDE users and users of popular IDEs to have access to MyEclipse developer tools in a light-weight, low-cost footprint. It also allows developers to quickly and easily move between agile SNAPs for focused tasks into a larger IDE environment without losing time or work-in-progress. In addition, the new Fusion technology will enable Genuitec to infinitely deliver new features and capabilities through a series of SNAP applications; effectively eliminating vendor lock-in and connecting previously disparate work environments in a simple, easy to use tool suite.


“Genuitec has always been at the forefront of development tools technology, bridging the gap between environments that have historically been mutually exclusive,” says Maher Masri, CEO of Genuitec. “In 2006, we were the first company to successfully port external technology into an Eclipse environment by offering Matisse4MyEclipse. Now for 2007, our R&D labs have developed Fusion Technology to take that principle a step further by allowing universal tool compatibility. Developers can set up their workspace the way they want it, while retaining the SNAPs as high-efficiency tools within multiple environments. Users of other quality IDEs can benefit from the productivity increase of SNAPs, and we look forward to rolling out many more crossover tools as the market demands them in the near future.”
The following SNAPs are included in MyEclipse 5.5:
  • Image Editor (including screen capture)
  • Visual Web Designer
  • Database Explorer
  • XML Editor

  • In addition to the Fusion Technology launch, MyEclipse 5.5 combines several other new features with its existing comprehensive tool set:
    • Hibernate/Spring Integration: Integrated the latest version of Hibernate tools to support advanced ORM reverse; engineering strategies including omit table columns, naming strategies, and retained Velocity templates. Improved HQL Editor. Upgraded to support Spring IDE 2.0.
    • UML: Sequence diagram improved roles w/ DnD from UCs and CDs. Copy/Cut/Paste of classes, interfaces, attributes and methods.
    • Web Services: Upgraded to Xfire 1.2.4. Exposed WTP WSDL Basic Profile validation. Improved top-down and bottom-up generation wizards. Improved error reporting of Jaxb code generation errors.
    • Database Explorer: Extended support for MySQL advanced features such as triggers, procedures and administrative operations. Available as a SNAP for Windows.
    • Visual Web Designer: New UI split-page layout with two user pages: Design/Source and Preview. Supported on both Windows and Linux. Available as a SNAP for Windows.
    • Matisse4MyEclipse: Supports custom user forms, custom controls and improved usability.
    • Image Editor: Image Preview and ScreenCapture. Preview now shows size properties and Screencapture actions on the toolbar and also available from the menubar. Available as a SNAP for Windows.
    • XML/XSL/Catalog: Additional relative URI support for System entities in catalog. Graph mode support on startup is now fixed. Available as a SNAP for Windows.
    • Reduced Download Size: All-in-One Installer now uses 50% less file space.


    • Download MyEclipse 5.5 with Fusion Technology (under development releases section)

      New & Noteworthy for MyEclipse 5.5 including Fusion Technology
13 years ago

The release of MyEclipse 5.1 is now available for immediate installation. Windows, Linux, and Mac OSX support is available. Please review New and Noteworthy before download.


Download MyEclipse 5.1 now

Features

The MyEclipse 5.1 release includes enhancements and bug fixes for the MyEclipse environment over the previous 5.0 GA release, including:
  • Eclipse 3.2.1 compatability

  • All-in-One Installer, including MyEclipse 5.1, Eclipse 3.2.1 & Java 5 JRE

  • 130+ bug fixes

  • Wizard to create Web Service Client from any WSDL file, local or remote (URL)

  • Upgraded Web Services XFire to latest release (1.2.2)

  • Matisse4MyEclipse now supports custom user forms, custom controls, improved usability

  • Integration of Spring IDE 1.3.6

  • Supports user deployment of prepackaged EJBs along with MyEclipse enterprise projects

  • Improved Sybase SQL syntax support

  • Improved stability issues of Visual Web Designer on Linux

  • Improved validation framework performance; JSP now 7x faster and includes the ability to exclude resources from validation

  • Enhanced Hibernate HQL Editor supports multi-project configuration

  • Optimized application redeployment feature that provides reload effect and virutally eliminates common appserver Jar locking issues

  • Web 2.0 Browser now with HTTPS support

  • New Tomcat 6  Server Connector  

  • MyEclipse now fully I18N enabled  

  • And more!


  • 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.

14 years ago
The GA release of MyEclipse 5.0 is now available for immediate installation in the "Downloads" area of the MyEclipse website. Windows, Linux, and Mac OSX support is available. Please review New and Noteworthy, installation instructions and release notes before download.


Download MyEclipse 5.0 Now


Installation

Highly anticipated in the industry, MyEclipse 5.0 was the first public IDE offering compatible with Eclipse 3.2 and accompanying
Callisto project offerings, with the 5.0 M2 release being available just days after the Eclipse 3.2 release. Be sure to <a <br /> <br /> href="http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/">install the Eclipse 3.2 SDK prior to installation of MyEclipse 5.0. Please note that all additional Callisto-compatible projects that are required by MyEclipse are part of our distribution. As a result, the recommended installation order is Eclipse 3.2 SDK, MyEclipse 5.0, and then any additional Callisto-compatible projects / products.


Features

The MyEclipse 5.0 release includes major enhancements and bug fixes for the MyEclipse environment over the previous 4.1.1 GA release, including:
  • Full compatibility with Eclipse 3.2 and Callisto projects


  • Matisse4MyEclipse integration into MyEclipse

    • Now includes customizable palettes



    • Web Service support, including:

      • Project and project creation wizard
      • Customizable library containers
      • New Web Services Wizard
      • Deploy web-service web-app
      • Services .xml file editor
      • Java editor with JSR-181 annotation support and code-assist


      • WSDL editor
      • Web Services Explorer
      • Java hot-swap debug support & MyEclipse hot-sync

      • support for web services application
      • Quick-start documentation and example projects
      • Add Web Services capabilities to existing Web and Java projects



      • Cross-platform Visual HTML Editor including Struts and JSF
      • Expanded database support for MS SQL Server and Sybase

        • View triggers, functions, and procedures in DB Explorer


        • Generate and edit the DDL for triggers and procedures


        • Function Runner - runs functions by generating UI - executes procedure
        • Supports access to the "sp_help" facility for any selected object to get additional DB information




        • Enhanced Hibernate 3.1.X and Spring 2.X support
        • AJAX/Web 2.0 tool extensions </l>

          • Instant-on JavaScript Debugging, extending the integrated MyEclipse local JavaScript debugger to allow the user to debug remote JavaScript applications
          • Full Linux and Mac support



          • Full I18N support for internationalization and localized support
          • New Websphere 6.1, Sun Java Application Server System 9.0, and Glassfish 1.0 application server connectors
          • Customizable server launch configurations
          • And more!



          • Though Matisse4MyEclipse is fully integrated into MyEclipse and supported on Linux, Mac 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 5.0 release is available to all free trial users, but prior installation of Eclipse 3.2 SDK is necessary before downloading MyEclipse 5.0. No other prerequisites are required.
14 years ago

The second milestone release (M2) of MyEclipse 5.0 is now available for immediate installation through the "Development Releases" section of the downloads area of the MyEclipse website. Windows, Linux, and Mac OSX support is available. Please review New and Noteworthy, installation instructions and release notes before download.

MyEclipse 5.0 M2 is the first IDE compatible with Eclipse 3.2 and accompanying Callisto project offerings. Be sure to install Eclipse 3.2 SDK prior to installation of MyEclipse 5.0M2. Please note that all additional Callisto-compatible projects that are required by MyEclipse are part of our distribution. As a result, the recommended installation order is Eclipse 3.2 SDK, MyEclipse 5.0M2, and then any additional Callisto-compatible projects / products.

The 5.0M2 release includes major enhancements and bug fixes for the MyEclipse environment, including:
  • Full compatibility with Eclipse 3.2 and Callisto projects
  • Matisse4MyEclipse integration into MyEclipse (now with full support for Linux)
  • Web Service support, including:

    • Project and project creation wizard
    • Customizable library containers
    • New Web Services Wizard
    • Deploy web-service web-app
    • Services .xml file editor
    • Java editor with JSR-181 annotation support and code-assist
    • WSDL editor
    • Web Services Explorer
    • Java hot-swap debug support & MyEclipse hot-sync web resource support for

    • web services application
    • Quick-start documentation and example projects - will demo how to hook

    • into MyEclipse database, Hibernate and Spring features for RAD experience
    • Cross-platform Visual HTML Editor (Windows & Linux supported)
    • Expanded database support for MS SQL Server and Sybase
    • Enhanced Hibernate 3.1.X and Spring 2.X support (M3/GA release)
    • AJAX/Web 2.0 tool extensions (now available on Linux and Mac)
    • Full I18N support for internationalization and localized support (target languages after the 5.0 GA release will include Japanese, German, French and Spanish)
    • And more!



    • Notably, the MyEclipse 5.0M2 release integrates the popular Matisse4MyEclipse Swing UI designer directly into MyEclipse, thereby enabling developers to easily build sophisticated graphical user interfaces for their applications. Though Matisse4MyEclipse is now supported on Linux, Mac 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 5.0 M2 release is available to all free trial users, but prior installation of Eclipse 3.2 SDK is necessary before downloading MyEclipse 5.0M2. No other prerequisites are required.

      The GA release of MyEclipse 5.0 is expected in early August.














      The second milestone release (M2) of MyEclipse 5.0 is now available for immediate installation through the "Development Releases" section of the downloads area of the MyEclipse website. Windows, Linux, and Mac OSX support is available.

      Download MyEclipse 5.0 M2
      Please review New and Noteworthy, installation instructions and release notes before download.

      MyEclipse 5.0 M2 is the first IDE compatible with Eclipse 3.2 and accompanying Callisto project offerings. Be sure to install Eclipse 3.2 SDK prior to installation of MyEclipse 5.0M2. Please note that all additional Callisto-compatible projects that are required by MyEclipse are part of our distribution. As a result, the recommended installation order is Eclipse 3.2 SDK, MyEclipse 5.0M2, and then any additional Callisto-compatible projects / products.

      The 5.0M2 release includes major enhancements and bug fixes for the MyEclipse environment, including:
      • Full compatibility with Eclipse 3.2 and Callisto projects
      • Matisse4MyEclipse integration into MyEclipse (now with full support for Linux)
      • Web Service support, including:

        • Project and project creation wizard
        • Customizable library containers
        • New Web Services Wizard
        • Deploy web-service web-app
        • Services .xml file editor
        • Java editor with JSR-181 annotation support and code-assist
        • WSDL editor
        • Web Services Explorer
        • Java hot-swap debug support & MyEclipse hot-sync web resource support for

        • web services application
        • Quick-start documentation and example projects - will demo how to hook

        • into MyEclipse database, Hibernate and Spring features for RAD experience
        • Cross-platform Visual HTML Editor (Windows & Linux supported)
        • Expanded database support for MS SQL Server and Sybase
        • Enhanced Hibernate 3.1.X and Spring 2.X support (M3/GA release)
        • AJAX/Web 2.0 tool extensions (now available on Linux and Mac)
        • Full I18N support for internationalization and localized support (target languages after the 5.0 GA release will include Japanese, German, French and Spanish)
        • And more!



        • Notably, the MyEclipse 5.0M2 release integrates the popular Matisse4MyEclipse Swing UI designer directly into MyEclipse, thereby enabling developers to easily build sophisticated graphical user interfaces for their applications. Though Matisse4MyEclipse is now supported on Linux, Mac 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 5.0 M2 release is available to all free trial users, but prior installation of Eclipse 3.2 SDK is necessary before downloading MyEclipse 5.0M2. No other prerequisites are required.

          The GA release of MyEclipse 5.0 is expected in early August.
14 years ago

The first milestone release
(M1) of MyEclipse 5.0 is now available for immediate
installation through the "Development Releases"
section of the MyEclipse
website
. Windows, Linux, and Mac OSX support is
available. Please review New
and Notewothy
, installation
instructions
and release
notes
before download.

Download MyEclipse 5.0 M1


MyEclipse 5.0M1 is compatible with Eclipse 3.2 release
candidates. Please be sure to install Eclipse 3.2 prior
to installation of MyEclipse 5.0M1.



The 5.0M1 release includes major enhancements and bug
fixes for the MyEclipse environment, including:

  • All MyEclipse 4.x features ported to Eclipse 3.2

  • SDK and Web Tools Platform 1.5.
  • Matisse4MyEclipse for Eclipse 3.2 SDK (Windows

  • only). Requires update site installation.
  • Backward compatibility for MyEclipse 4.x J2EE projects.
  • Linux support for MyEclipse Web 2.0 Browser and

  • JavaScript Debugger.

  • Significant JSP Editor performance improvements.


  • Advanced and basic wizards for creation of HTML,

  • JSP and XML document files.
  • New wizards to create and drop database tables,

  • indexes and foreign key relationships. Wizards are
    accessible from the Database Browser and Database
    Details View.
  • Database Entity-Relationship Diagram customization

  • features including selection of tables during creation,
    drag-n-drop of tables and from the Database Explorer,
    remove table from diagram, and access schema management
    wizards from context-menu actions.
  • Improved Database DDL and XML generation.


  • Improved Database Details view, especially table

  • information.
  • Hibernate HQL Editor with query execution capabilities

  • integrated with Database Explorer, includes synchronized
    SQL Translation View.
  • Hibernate Perspective and capabilities.
  • Upgrade to Spring Framework 1.2.7 libraries.
  • Use of customizable workspace capabilities, perspectives

  • and activities to provide a cohesive organization
    of MyEclipse features.

  • All previously released features from MyEclipse

  • 4.1.1



    MyEclipse 5.0M1 utilizes Eclipse 3.2RC4/WTP 1.5RC2
    as its base, and integrates the many new features now
    available in Eclipse 3.2, including but not limited
    to:

    • Reworked Import/Export dialog
    • JDT screen casts


    • Automatic Javadoc attachment
    • Improved working set support for JDT actions
    • Creation of plug-ins for any OSGi framework
    • OpenGL support
    • Improved patching support


    • JFace field assistance
    • Support for dynamic Help content
    • Install/Update enhancements
    • Scalability improvement
    • Improved syntax recovery


    • Performance improvements
    • Composite cheat sheets
    • And of course, many more!




    • The new MyEclipse 5.0M1 release also includes improvements
      and bug fixes for the popular Matisse4MyEclipse Swing
      UI designer
      . Matisse4MyEclipse integrates the best features
      from the Eclipse platform and Sun's NetBeans project
      to enable the easy creation of Java rich client applications
      within the MyEclipse environment. Note that Matisse4MyEclipse
      is shipped as a separate download that is installable
      through the Eclipse update facility.



      For additional details, screen shots, and an online
      demo please view the Matisse4MyEclipse section of the
      website. Matisse4MyEclipse is not supported on Linux
      pending resolution of Eclipse bug #110163. Mac users
      will be unable to utilize the Matisse4MyEclipse, MyUML,
      and MyEclipse Image Editor functions due to the long-standing
      Eclipse SWT_AWT bug #67384.


      The 5.0 M1 release is available to all free trial users,
      but prior installation of an Eclipse 3.2RC build is
      necessary for installation of MyEclipse 5.0M1, but no
      other prerequisites are required.


      The milestone-2 release of MyEclipse 5.0 is expected
      within weeks, with a follow-on release soon after the
      release of Eclipse 3.2 GA on June 30th.
14 years ago
Lots of folks have found that learning the Eclipse environment has been made easier through MyEclipse. MyEclipse 5.0 is available for download immediately at MyEclipse.