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Looking for download link for PDT SDK package that can be installed through Eclipse, offline. [message #689842] Tue, 28 June 2011 13:43 Go to next message
dual_barrel  is currently offline dual_barrel Friend
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Hello everyone.

I've been using PDT for a while now but recently became saddened by the fact:
Quote:
Due to lack of a package maintainer for the Indigo release there will be no PHP (PDT) package. If you would like to install PDT into your Eclipse installtion you can do so by using the Install New Software feature from the Help Menu and installing the PHP Development Tools (PDT) SDK Feature from the Eclipse Indigo Repo >> http...


So, my question is:
Is there any download link for the latest PDT SDK package which I can download and then install through Eclipse being offline?

I need to install PDT SDK within Eclipse, in a machine(at work) that has no Internet connection!



Thanks in advance.

[Updated on: Tue, 28 June 2011 14:58]

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Re: Looking for download link for PDT SDK package that can be installed through Eclipse, offline. [message #690331 is a reply to message #689842] Wed, 29 June 2011 11:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
dual_barrel  is currently offline dual_barrel Friend
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Think I've figured it out.

Install Eclipse classic (Indigo) and the latest PDT SDK package through it, in a PC having Internet connection. Then move the installation (directory) to some other PC along with other folders (if any) where changes have been made by the installation.

Frankly, with the state of the PDT project right now, I think I'll just switch to Netbeans 7.0 PHP.
Re: Looking for download link for PDT SDK package that can be installed through Eclipse, offline. [message #690474 is a reply to message #690331] Wed, 29 June 2011 14:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
dominik is currently offline dominikFriend
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On 2011-06-29 13:47, dual_barrel wrote:
> Think I've figured it out.
>
> Install Eclipse classic (Indigo) and the latest PDT SDK package through it, in a
> PC having Internet connection. Then move the installation (directory) to some
> other PC along with other folders (if any) where changes have been made by the
> installation.

Yes, that is possible to do it. I like this feature because I can do some
eclipse backups and in case of something wrong then it's easy to restore.


> Frankly, with the state of the PDT project right now, I think I'll just switch
> to Netbeans 7.0 PHP.

There is no stable build of eclipse Indigo with new PDT, in fact it's not ready
so I think for You would be better to instal previous version, it's not perfect
but much better for production enviroments.

BTW: I also had some thought about netbeans, but could not stand it for longer
time and too much is missing for me there (like Mylyn).

/dmc
Re: Looking for download link for PDT SDK package that can be installed through Eclipse, offline. [message #690476 is a reply to message #690474] Wed, 29 June 2011 15:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
dual_barrel  is currently offline dual_barrel Friend
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@dominik,

Thank you, for your words. For a moment, I thought that this community has become post-apocalyptic following the Indigo release.
Re: Looking for download link for PDT SDK package that can be installed through Eclipse, offline. [message #690504 is a reply to message #690476] Wed, 29 June 2011 15:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
dominik is currently offline dominikFriend
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On 2011-06-29 17:06, dual_barrel wrote:
> @dominik,
>
> Thank you, for your words. For a moment, I thought that this community has
> become post-apocalyptic following the Indigo release.

No, it's not that bad :)
There was so much changes in indigo that not everything is updated in PDT, some
features are just broken now, but I hope this will get much better in future.
Eclipse is great tool and it's worth to use it.
Nightly builds should be back soon, then again we will be able to test new
bugfixes etc. That should boost many things and let future development.

/dmc
Re: Looking for download link for PDT SDK package that can be installed through Eclipse, offline. [message #690586 is a reply to message #690504] Wed, 29 June 2011 19:11 Go to previous message
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dominik wrote on Wed, 29 June 2011 11:40

No, it's not that bad Smile
There was so much changes in indigo that not everything is updated in PDT, some
features are just broken now, but I hope this will get much better in future.
Eclipse is great tool and it's worth to use it.
Nightly builds should be back soon, then again we will be able to test new
bugfixes etc. That should boost many things and let future development.

/dmc


Great to know. It's always nice to see Open Source projects fighting and surviving.

[Updated on: Wed, 29 June 2011 19:12]

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