Add this URL to your Eclipse Installation to reach this solution's update site.
LiClipseText is an editor which enables Eclipse to be used as a general-purpose text editor, providing support for multiple languages out of the box.
It's the Open Source (EPL-based) counterpart of LiClipse.
It comes with goodies such as:
The recommended way of using LiClipseText is bundled in LiClipse.
LiClipse bundles LiClipseText in an easy to use package with extended features (also, by licensing LiClipse you directly support the development of LiClipseText).
As a note, it's possible to include TextMate bundles for languages not available in the default list by following the steps from: http://www.liclipse.com/text/textmate_bundles.html.
See: LiClipseText for more details.
Update site: http://www.liclipse.com/text/updates
Unsuccessful Installs in the last 7 Days: 27
By adding the following code below to your website you will be able to add an install button for LiClipseText.HTML Code:
Submitted by Andy Ydna on Mon, 2017-07-24 20:06
This is one piece of a rougue plugin that you do not want in your eclipse. On installation it replaces _all_ file associations and registers itself as default editor for all languages - C++/Python/Java/anything. And it is freaking buggy, e.g. outline does not work at all in C++.
Submitted by Fabio Zadrozny on Tue, 2017-08-15 12:53
I think there may be an issue in your install... it should only register itself as the default for languages which don't have a default editor. Please create an entry at https://www.brainwy.com/tracker/LiClipseText if that's not the case for you.
Submitted by Vadym Stupakov on Tue, 2017-01-10 04:37
1) The "set" is not highlighted after comment like:
set(VAR "MY VAR")
2) The "set" is highlighted with error.
Any occurrence of "set" (except after '#' comment) is highlighted without highlighting of symbol 's'.
1) The "export" is not highlighted after comment like:
Submitted by Ivan KO on Thu, 2016-11-17 20:42
Awesome plugin. Especially helpful when only the syntax highlighting is needed (in some cases, without the need to install full-fledged plugins that come with other tools like compiler chains).
It would be good to see support for some other languages (like Scala sbt, for which there are already emacs and vim syntax files). Not sure how hard is for the community to create and contribute new language files.
Submitted by Fabio Zadrozny on Tue, 2016-11-29 10:52
As LiClipseText supports textmate grammars, you may want to try using https://github.com/willu/SBT.tmbundle as explained in: http://www.liclipse.com/text/textmate_bundles.html
Get the latest version of the Eclipse IDE.