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ECF Mars/3.13.2 Now Available (4/25/2016)
ECF Mars/3.13.2 requires Eclipse Luna, Mars, or Neon. See here to get
appropriate version of Eclipse.
See New and Noteworthy for details of the contents of this release.
See ECF Wiki and/or the ecf dev at eclipse.org mailing list for further information about plans and ongoing project activities.
For a detailed step-by-step description of how to install OSGi Remote Services into Eclipse see Installing Into Eclipse. For a step-by-step description of how to add OSGi Remote Services into your Target Platform see Add to Target Platform.
To uninstall ECF SDK
ECF also generates a Maven repository and makes it available as a version-specific sub-directory on the ECF builder
|To get the latest Daily Build from HEAD, add the following URL to Available Sites. http://build.ecf-project.org/repo/N-HEAD-sdk.feature/ This repository updates every day.|
|We have stopped saving the zips of the daily/nightly builds from HEAD|
|All of the output from ECF's builder projects are available in a subdirectory of http://download.ecf-project.org/repo/|
For access to Eclipse Foundation ECF source code, see our Eclipse Foundation git repostiory
For access to ECF Extras source code, see our github repository
If you would like to see other of the ECF Github Repositories built by the builder, or would like to contribute to ECF, please join the ecf-dev mailing list
See the ECF Buckminster/Hudson builder for the available ECF builds.
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