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Eclipse 4 vs Indigo [message #896252] Tue, 17 July 2012 13:43 Go to next message
Dan Thurman is currently offline Dan Thurman
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After installing Juno, updating, and adding many plugins
to match my Indigo configurations, I noticed some differences.

For example:

1) Workspace:

+ Open Persepctive Docking is missing.
+ Default/Gtk Themes is not complete, tool bars
& certain window panels show grey/blue & white background and
Indigo works completely with OS themes for Fedora & Ubuntu
(Is this related to Gnome-2 vs Gnome 3?)

2) Project Explorer:

Juno:
+ has extra and empty menu: "New >" at the last menu item
+ is missing context menus (compared with Indigo):

Build Configurations
Make Targets
Index
---
Validate
Show in Remote Systems view
Fix Copyrights
Add Perl nature
Convert to Fortran Project
Convert To...
Run As
Debug As
Profile As
Team <<=== Without this, how to un/share project/s?
Compare with
Restore from Local History
SCA
PyDev
Mobile tools for Java
Source
Configure
Discovery
---
Add/Remove RpmLint Warnings
Run C/C++ Code Analysis
---
Properties <<== Without this, how to manage specific project properties?

I will stop here for now.
Re: Eclipse 4 vs Indigo [message #896277 is a reply to message #896252] Tue, 17 July 2012 16:31 Go to previous message
Dan Thurman is currently offline Dan Thurman
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Registered: July 2009
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I discovered that menus missing from Project Explorer
panel is found in the Navigator panel, so at least I
can so the things I previously did in Indigo.

So what is left is the minor issue with Workspace Appearance
not faithfully matching the OS theme completely.

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