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How to furnish Eclipse for different languages [message #1037581] Tue, 09 April 2013 18:49 Go to previous message
Nico van de Kamp is currently offline Nico van de KampFriend
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I'm new to Eclipse. In the past(2008) I have used Ecplise for my certification of JAVA 1.4SE.
But I'm also working with PHP and with C/C++.

What is the best way to work with Eclipse:
- just download one Eclipse and add all different language plugins with "install new software". But how do you keep the workspaces separated?
- or keep it separated, dowmloadeing three times:
1. one with Java
2. one with C/C++.
3. one with PDT from Zend.

Is there a simple "How to" furnish Eclipse for different languages? (and when do you use the classic, Java EE, or Java IDE version. What is the difference between it?

I have also downloaded the Eclipse version of Zend. Then I have updated it with "install new software". Now I need a license key of Zend! Just initial downloaded version I wasn't asked for a license key.
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