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RE: [eclipse-dev] Eclipse for Solaris on x86


This makes sense.  Linux distributions also provide an Eclipse as part of their rpm.



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Sun was demonstrating Eclipse running on OpenSolaris at EclipseCon.  They
include it in the OpenSolaris package manager.

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Am Dienstag, den 31.03.2009, 19:35 -0400 schrieb Hugo Garcia:
> Great question!
>
> If you need Eclipse on Solaris x86... the Sun team provides a package
> but it has the limitation of all Eclipse instances distributed by
> distro providers. There is no substitute for downloading a build from
> the Eclipse Foundation.
> ...

The Sun team provides a package?  That would be way cool, I only ever
found them pushing Netbeans.

Would you have a pointer to the package provided by the Sun team?

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Georg.


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