Category Archives: Mars

Let’s Treat Eclipse Neon More Like a Product

It always comes as a surprise to people when I tell them that we at the Eclipse Foundation don’t consider anything that we distribute to be a product. It’s a surprise, because basically everybody in the world thinks that the … Continue reading

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Eclipse Key Binding: Select Enclosing Element

Here’s a Eclipse command that’s pretty handy: Select Enclosing Element  (key binding: Shift+Alt+Up on Linux). Every time you hit the key combination, it expands the selection to the enclosing element. In this example, it starts with the method selector, and expands … Continue reading

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Create your Project Import Set up at the EclipseCon Europe Hackathon

Eclipse Mars has this great new feature that you may have missed: the Oomph Project Importer will configure your Eclipse workspace with everything you need to hit the ground running quickly. You can open this by selecting the Projects into Workspace … Continue reading

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Eclipse Screenshot of the Week: Gerrit

It’s easy to get caught thinking that Mylyn only provides access to traditional issue trackers like Bugzilla and Jira. It also features integration with Gerrit. This screenshot shows the Planning perspective being used to work directly with Gerrit reviews. You … Continue reading

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Eclipse Mars New and Noteworthy: Perspective Customization

The Customize Perspective dialog is back! Use this dialog to configure the visible menu, toolbar, action sets and shortcuts in your workbench. This functionality was broken in Eclipse 4.2, together with the the ability to reset the perspective.

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Eclipse Mars New and Noteworthy: Automatic Updates by Default

With Eclipse Mars, the automatic updates option is turned on by default. With this, Eclipse will periodically check with our servers to see if there are any updates available and give users the option to download and install them. Use … Continue reading

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Eclipse Mars New and Noteworthy: Tools for Apache Cordova

Develop, run, and test Apache Cordova applications for iOS, Android and Windows Mobile devices using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

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