In July, we posted an updated version of In Harmony with Eclipse (I say we, but Alexey did the work). This new version features the Eclipse SDK 3.3 on top of Harmony 5.0M2. There are downloads for Windows and Linux.
The Harmony developers are working hard to make their runtime environment fully functional; and they’re doing a great job of it. I’ve been able to run Eclipse and Tomcat using it for months. The best part is that the Harmony developers are actively trying to identify and fix problem spots. A recent note on the cdt-dev mailing list is just one example of the Harmony developers reaching into our community to help solve problems.
The moral of the story is that if you’re having a problem with Harmony, report it.