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The Virtual Developer Cloud-Connector is a lightweight Eclipse plug-in that allows you to access code generators that run on the Virtual Developer Platform. This single plug-in suffices to use all ...
An Eclipse plug-in for leJOS EV3
Are you an avid user of the Cucumber BDD tool?
Do you write Cucumber tests on the Eclipse IDE?
Do you like CLEAN and CONSISTENT tests?
Then, SEED should prove to be useful to you!
Protobuf-dt is a new Eclipse plug-in for editing protocol buffer descriptor files.
This plug-in has been heavily tested by Google employees in many different projects through seven internal re...
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...
The Scala IDE for Eclipse is centered around seamless integration with the Eclipse Java tools, providing many of the features Eclipse users have come to expect including,
Support for mixed ...
ATL (ATL Transformation Language) is a model transformation language and toolkit. In the field of Model-Driven Engineering (MDE), ATL provides ways to produce a set of target models from a set of s...
Brocade Virtual Traffic Manager (formerly known as SteelApp, Stingray or Zeus Traffic Manager) is a powerful load balancing and traffic management solution, also known as an application delivery co...
Wollok is an Object-Oriented Programming Language and environment focused on OOP learning.
The language is interpreted, implicitly typed, with plans to add a full type system and inference.
Last Updated on Monday, February 22, 2016 - 14:20 by Javier Fernandes
Languages, IDE, Editor, Modeling, Programming Languages
Last Updated on Monday, November 7, 2016 - 14:20 by Gerald Rosenberg
Minimalist Editor for .proto files (for Protocol Buffers IDL and gRPC) with highlight for keywords, strings and matching brackets. No Outline. Just 25KB.
Listed in Nodeclipse Plugins List.
Editor, Tools, Languages
Last Updated on Monday, March 26, 2018 - 10:15 by Paul Verest
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