Khangharoth

May 12, 2009

Manage your Eclipse Plugin Dependencies

Filed under: Uncategorized — khangharoth @ 3:20 pm

For a Java developer who primarliy uses Eclipse as IDE,managing all the dependecies can be nightmare.It took me quite a while to get euml2 plugin installed and working.

More often downloading a new plugin can leave your eclipse installation in inconsistent state and you are now worse than when you started.

I try new plugins just to get feel of what’s on table from eclipseplugincentral,but am always worried about the dependencies i need to sort between eclipse versions and then plugin’s version.

And then i came across Yoxos ,it just what every eclipse user needs.You select the plugins and it sorts out the dependencies for you.And you get a customised eclipse installtion for you.Really sleak….

It’s really worth giving a try…

http://eclipsesource.com/en/yoxos/yoxos-ondemand/

Note: Would be a good idea to start building from base Java IDE

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