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There is a number of ways to get Eclipse Scout. Below, the two most common and simple approaches are described. Detailed information on all available methods to download Eclipse Scout and access its Source code is provided in the Scout Wiki pages.
If you don't have an Eclipse installation yet or don't want to add Scout to your existing Eclipse IDE, the method described below is for you.
The easiest way to download Eclipse Scout is to get the packaged distribution from the Eclipse download page.
If you already have an existing Eclipse IDE, you might want to add the Scout functionalities to your current Eclipse installation.
Select Help > Install new Software in the menu bar and work with the built in update site:
Kepler - http://download.eclipse.org/releases/kepler
You can enter Scout in the filter text or browse through the Application Development Frameworks category.
The list of all update sites is available on this wiki page.