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This plugin provides a "minimap" view to see your code in a small preview window and may scroll using this window.
Last Updated on 16 May 2013 by Alexandre Pauzies
MODembed is an experimental IDE aiming to provide a more advanced toolchain for embedded software development. It provides a model-based approach for defining the whole...
Last Updated on 18 October 2013 by Balázs Grill
The Mogwai ERDesigner is a entity relation modeling tool such as ERWin and co. The only difference is that it is Open Source and does not cost anything. It was designed to make...
Last Updated on 18 August 2010 by mirko.sertic
More Clipboard keeps track of the latest entries copied/cut into clipboard buffer and allows quick pasting from the popup list by pressing a hotkey. Inspired by Multi Clipboard...
Last Updated on 2 April 2014 by Mikhail Barg
More Emacs Plugin is an eclipse plugin for emacs users....
Last Updated on 2 December 2009 by quiver2k
This is a multi properties files editor. You can display a set of properties files in a single view. The data is outlined key by key in a table so you can easily compare each...
Last Updated on 4 February 2014 by Manuel Wyssen
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...
Last Updated on 24 March 2014 by Krisztián Zsolt Sallai
MvnIndex Eclipse plugin's only goal is to simplify Maven POM dependencies editing. It provides code completition of groupId, artifactId and version in the POM.
Last Updated on 24 May 2010 by Lukas Krecan
MyBatipse assists developing MyBatis applications. [Features] - Content assists to reduce typing. - Validations to detect errors before running the application.
Last Updated on 10 July 2014 by Iwao AVE!
MyBatis (formerly known as iBatis) is a popular database access framework. MyBatis can be configured using XML configuration files. The EclipseLabs MyBatis Editor plug-in adds...
Last Updated on 1 April 2013 by Peter Hendriks