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Google Chrome Developer Tools for Eclipse Users

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| The project is fully open sourced on a BSD-license and consists of two 
| components, an SDK and a debugger. The SDK provides a Java API that enables 
| communication with Google Chrome over TCP/IP. The debugger is an Eclipse 
| plugin that uses the SDK and enables you to debug JavaScript running in 
| Google Chrome from the Eclipse IDE.    



Eclipse Galileo: The release train leaves the station

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| Milinkovich said "When it was just the IDE, things were simpler". The first
| named release train of Eclipse, released in 2006, was Callisto which
| incorporated ten projects. The Galileo release train incorporates thirty
| three projects, with ten new projects added since last years Ganymede
| release, over 24 million lines of code in total.


Eclipse Galileo Releases 33 Open Source Projects

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| The Eclipse Foundation is today making its biggest release of the year,
| highlighting open source projects created using the Eclipse development
| platform. Its new Galileo release -- the latest in the group's
| annual "release train" roundup -- includes 33 open source projects that were
| built with contributions from 44 different organizations.


Poll: 90 per cent are satisfied with the Eclipse development environment

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| The Eclipse Foundation has published the results of the global Eclipse
| Community Survey 2009 in The Open Source Developer Report[icon:pdf]. The
| Foundation held the survey from mid-April to mid-May in order to get
| developer feedback on the tools and software that they use. The organisation
| wanted to learn how the respondents used open source software and how they
| interacted with the Eclipse community. Nearly 1,500 participants took part in
| the Foundation poll, of which 27.8 per cent were from Germany, followed by
| 15.7 per cent from the United States. Only 0.6 per cent of participants were
| from the United Kingdom. Approximately 80 per cent of the respondents worked
| for companies that are not members of an open source consortium.


Eclipse Survey: Linux More Popular as Deployment Platform

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| More tellingly, Linux is now the leading deployment platform at 43 percent
| and Windows has dropped to 41 percent among Eclipse users surveyed.


Eclipse survey results show growth in Linux, open source

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| The Eclipse Foundation has published the findings of its latest user survey.
| According to the results, the number of developers using Eclipse on Linux
| workstations and deploying their applications on Linux servers has increased.
| The results also show an increase in the number of respondents who say that
| their companies are contributing to open source software.


GNU/Linux Eclipses Windows â for Eclipse Users

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| For me, the highlight is the following:
| Developers appear to be shifting away from Microsoft Windows to Linux and Mac
| OSX for their development operating system. 26.9% of respondents cite Linux
| was as primary desktop operating system, representing a 7 percentage point
| increase from 2007. Though Windows is still the dominant development OS at
| 64%, it has decreased 10 percentage points from 2007. The most popular Linux
| variant of choice among developers is Ubuntu, which accounts for over half of
| Linux respondents. Mac OSX has increase to 6.9% from 3.5% in 2007.

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