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The big news for 8.4 is that we’ve added support for conditions and loops in the Integrated Test Environment (ITE).
Diamond Light Source sets out to migrate a mission-critical, Java-based acquisition system to dynamic class loading.
Eclipse Che lets you convert any production runtime into a developer workspace.
All relevant artifacts of Neon.2 produced by the Eclipse Project, are now “officially” available from Maven Central.

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