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MyEclipse 5.1.1 GA Supports Eclipse 3.2.2 & Vi 56

Posted by Hemos
from the new-support-coming- dept.
RobK writes "The GA release of MyEclipse 5.1.1 is now available for immediate download and is compatible with Eclipse 3.2.2, Windows Vista. The release also includes an enhanced and professionally supported version of Eclipse WTP 1.5.3 with many MyEclipse improvements and bug fixes, as well as Fully I18N enabled. "
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MyEclipse 5.1.1 GA Supports Eclipse 3.2.2 & Vi

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  • Re:What? (Score:5, Informative)

    by g051051 (71145) on Tuesday March 06, 2007 @12:11PM (#18250406)
    MyEclipse is an add on that enhances the base Eclipse package. for more info.

    GA Release means General Availabiliy (a full release as opposed to a M releae, or milestone)

    Vi looks like a typo, they meant Vista, I think.

    Eclipse WTP is the Eclipse Web Tools Project.

    I18n is shorthand for "internationalization".

    All of which you would already have know if you actually used Eclipse like you said.
  • by Anonymous Coward on Tuesday March 06, 2007 @12:53PM (#18251036)
    MyEclipse is a set of J2EE plugins for Eclipse, so if you only work with "Hello World!" apps, you'll be fine with Eclipse. I use MyEclipse 4.0.0 on a daily basis and I really like it. It is a cheap alternative ($50/yr) to IBM J2EE toolset that can cost 1000's of dollars. MyEclipse is indeed a poor man's WSAD (WebSphere Application Developer). Thumbs up for MyEclipse and the whole Eclipse initiative.

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