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MultiProperties Editor is an Eclipse plugin for editing multiple key-value based files with similar content. This kind of file format can be Properties for example in Java programming language, which is frequently used for backing a ResourceBundle. However the plugin is not limited to support only Properties files. Instead it stores everything in one XML file, including the list of keys, all of the values, descriptions and meta information. When the editor saves its content into the XML file, it also saves different kind of output files with help of handlers. Since the handlers are used through standard Eclipse extension point, not just the already available handlers can be used. You can also implement your own handler which produces your own output format, for example you can produce SQL files instead of Properties files.
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Submitted by Marko Boskovic on Tue, 2019-04-23 13:07
Please fix the plugin for Eclipse 2018-12, Eclipse Oxygen.2 and Eclipse 2018-09.
I tried to install on 3 eclipse versions from above and for all I got the same error.
Unable to read repository at "github.com/skazsi/multiproperties/tree/master/hu.skzs.multiproperties.updatesite."
"github.com/skazsi/multiproperties/tree/master/hu.skzs.multiproperties.updatesite" is not a valid repository location.
Submitted by Krisztián Zsolt Sallai on Wed, 2019-04-24 15:48
I assume you are trying to install the plugin manually by using the update site instead of the Marketplace. If so, then the correct update site URL is the following:
If you have seen somewhere else mentioned any other location as update site, please let me know, I would like to get rid of.
Submitted by Krisztián Zsolt Sallai on Fri, 2019-04-12 17:33
Some other minor fixes and improvements are also included.
Submitted by Kürşat Özer on Sat, 2019-03-30 07:31
Could you please make this plugin compatible with Eclipses 2018-12 and 2019-03 :)
Submitted by Krisztián Zsolt Sallai on Sat, 2019-04-06 14:42
I'm working on it.
Submitted by Krisztián Zsolt Sallai on Wed, 2019-04-10 04:03
Should be installable for the 2019-03 version too.
Submitted by George M. on Thu, 2019-03-14 10:07
Please fix the plugin for Eclipse 2018-12 :)
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