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Submitted by Paul Verest on Wed, 2013-12-18 05:11
I installed EclipseCommander as plugin into Eclipse SDK 4.3.1
The price mentioned on http://www.viplugin.com/eclipsecommander.htm is 15€ (19$),
though http://eclipsecommander.findmysoft.com/ say standalone version is free.
(Could not yet launch standalone version because of it could not find needed JRE/JDK and changing EclipseCommander.ini did not help either)
Somehow PDE-Tools (see on Marketplace) by Jeeeyul Lee at first gave additional commands (start exporer & open shell here), but they disappeared after Eclipse restart.
It works fine so far for copying (see below), reminding to buy every start.
You can drag-and-drop from Project Explorer to a panel.
I has nice icon to quickly change drive,
but what lacks for me was option to open Commander for a folder in Project Explorer.
Bad part: it uses Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V inside panels,
and it happened that after installation those most needed combinations are not available inside all Editors.
Submitted by Paul Verest on Wed, 2013-12-18 05:22
standalone version JRE problem was solved by referenced to 32bit SDK, add in EclipseCommander.ini :
C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.7.0_40\bin\javaw.exe
One more good is opening Eclipse Editor (with plugin version) from anywhere on file system.
one more bad for me part is that both plugin and standalone do not have command line below.
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