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Hunspell4Eclipse is an Eclipse plug-in, that integrates Hunspell into Eclipse’s Spell Checking Service.
Last Updated on 11 July 2011 by Lorand Somogyi
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This is a distribution of the CDT with the MinGW GNU toolchain for Windows. It includes the Eclipse Platform and a Java runtime wrapped up in nice Windows installer. It also...
Last Updated on 30 April 2010 by Doug Schaefer
The JavaDude Annotations are Java 5/6 annotations and annotation processors that generate some of the tedious code you need in your day-to-day programming. Using these...
Last Updated on 12 September 2011 by Scott Stanchfield
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GNATbench - this plug-in provides editing, browsing, and building features for Ada (including Ada 2012) development using AdaCore's market leading GNAT Pro toolset on the...
Last Updated on 29 November 2012 by ayre
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AntlrDT:...
Last Updated on 3 December 2009 by Gerald Rosenberg
EMorF is a model transformation tool for EMF. EMorF supports in-place and model-to-model transformations in one tool. The model transformations are specified graphically by a...
Last Updated on 24 September 2012 by Robert Wagner
Sureassert UC is a free integrated Java unit testing solution for Eclipse. It presents a simple, quick approach to testing method contracts and offers many innovative features....
Last Updated on 8 July 2012 by Nathan Dolan
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Build, execute, and analyse complex test scenarios with the full-featured integrated test development and execution environment (IDE) TTworkbench. This powerful, user-friendly...
Last Updated on 26 May 2014 by Missing Name
TapiJI represents a set of smart tools that integrate into the Eclipse IDE for Java developers with the goal to reduce effort of Internationalization. This is accomplished by...
Last Updated on 3 January 2013 by Martin Reiterer
SVEditor provides a development environment for SystemVerilog and Verilog files. It features syntax coloring, structure display, content assist, and source formatting.
Last Updated on 15 May 2014 by Matthew Ballance