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The Groovy Development Tools (GDT) provides Eclipse and Maven support for the Apache Groovy programming language. GDT adds full-featured IDE support for Groovy including editors, wizards, content a...
LiClipseText is an editor which enables Eclipse to be used as a general-purpose text editor, providing support for multiple languages out of the box.
It's the Open Source (EPL-based) counterpa...
Counterclockwise is an Eclipse plugin helping developers write Clojure code.
It also ships with support for Leiningen projects.
It is available as an Eclipse Plugin and as a Standalone Product ...
A SQL front end for the Google Fusion TablesTM service. See the project page for details and how to get started.
YANG for Eclipse brings IDE support for the YANG language to Eclipse.
It is based on a YANG language server implemented in Xtext, Eclipse lsp4e, and sprotty for diagrams.
Java ORM Plugin for eclipse helps the user to create a Mybatis & Hibernate ORM framework in one click.
1) Mybatis ORM Framework
2) Hibernate ORM Framework
URL : http://oneclicklabs.io
This plug-in from the Eclipse JDT UI team provides a view to visualize the Java elements in Eclipse's Java model. The view shows the result of many method calls on model elements either as children...
iPOJO Nature provides a JDT compilation participant to manipulate iPOJO components at compile time.
This plugin simplifies the development of iPOJO Components in Eclipse:
It provides the anno...
XVisitorDT is a syntax-directed Eclipse editor, including incremental grammar builder and formatter, for XVisitor grammars.
XVisitor, bundled as part of the XVisitorDT builder, is an Antlr parse...
Programming Languages, Languages, IDE, Editor, Modeling
Last Updated on Thursday, August 23, 2018 - 15:09 by Gerald Rosenberg
The Yang IDE plugin is used for viewing and editing YANG model files, in the format as specified at https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6020 .
This project is associated with the OpenDaylight project...
Last Updated on Thursday, August 23, 2018 - 15:09 by David M. Karr
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