|Re: [eclipse-scripting-dev] [ease-dev] EASE vs Eclipse Workbench (e4 or Eclipse 3)|
Not really interested by Eclipse 3 compatibility on my side: we are still using the legacy TOPCASED scripting code on Eclipse 3.x platforms. EASE is really intended for Eclipse 4.x in my company. But of course, keeping a layer of compatibility somewhere, even with limited features, is always a good idea, especially in open projects. Maybe we just need a wiki page describing this aspect?
On 22.08.2014 04:22, James Watkins-Harvey wrote:
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