Landed on MARS

This is the tenth year the Eclipse community has shipped a coordinated release of multiple Eclipse projects. The Mars release represents the work of 79 different open source projects, 65 million lines of code and involved 380 Eclipse committers!

This month the newsletter is all about Eclipse Mars. The articles include new and exciting things for the release, the Oomph Insaller, Docker tooling, and Java 9 support.

EclipseCon Europe call for papers is now open. Submit a talk!

We hope this newsletter takes you to Mars!


Eclipse Mars

Everything you need to know about this year's simutaneous release.
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Eclipse Oomphed

Eclipse has been Oomphed! Find out what this means for the new Mars release.
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Eclipse for Docker has arrived on Mars

Brand new Docker tooling for Eclipse Mars!
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Eclipse Java 9 Support (BETA) for Mars

Eclipse team is happy to announce early access support for JavaSE 1.9 and JDK 9. Read more

Eclipse Ships Tenth Annual Release Train

The Mars release is now available. Download it today!

EclipseCon Europe 2015 - Call for Papers

We are now accepting talk submissions for EclipseCon Europe, taking place Nov 3-5, in Ludwigsburg, Germany.



Advantest Europe

  Mars Release

  Capella 0.8.2

  EMF-IncQuery 1.0

  VIATRA 0.7

  Handly 0.3

  Edapt 1.1

  EMF Parsley 0.4

  Kura 1.2.0



Eclipse Day India 2015
Aug 29, 2015
Bangalore, India

CDT Day Ottawa 2015
Sept 14, 2015
Ottawa, Canada

EclipseCon Europe 2015
Nov 3-5, 2015
Ludwigsburg, Germany

   Paul Roep

   Walery Strauch

   Charissa Willard

   Kouichi Umezawa

   Henrik b Christensen

   Sebastian Missbach

   Arnold Kim

   Mathias Neuhaus

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