Eclipse Editor

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The features of Eclipse I use the most:

If you want to do something that Eclipse does not do by default, you can find several plugins. For plugins, visit http://eclipse-plugins.2y.net/eclipse/index.jsp.

Also check http://download2.eclipse.org/downloads/drops/R-2.1-200303272130/whats-new-all.html for some of the salient features in 2.1.

ClearCase plugin for eclipse/ http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/rational/library/content/03July/2500/2834/ClearCase/Plug-Ins/cc_readme_3.0.x.htm

-- GunjanDoshi


And if it can code-complete entire statements of JavaLanguage for you, then exactly what is the _language_ for?? --PhlIp

1) Languages aren't write-only. Longer statements can make the code easier to read. 2) Just because it can code-complete the most common statement doesn't mean those are the only statements you use. (Wasn't sure if you were serious or not) -- BrianCloutier


And it contains code-templates. With these code-templates, you can define often used code-snippets like for-loops or for-iterations. Just press Ctrl-Space. I like it.

-- AndreasSchweikardt


I am eternally grateful to Eclipse for researching the usability features which have since appeared in VisualStudio. -- PhlIp


I have been using Eclipse for 5 years, and it is my favorite IDE all this time. I've used it for various language (mainly Java). -- Mimi

http://ageekstory.blogspot.com/2009/06/10-ways-to-boost-up-your-coding.html


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