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Re: [pdt-dev] How to make PDT-Eclipse use Sun-JDK instead of GCJ
- From: Parag Kalra <paragkalra@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 1 May 2009 22:32:50 +0530
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Thanks to All....I have configured Eclipse (i.e the PDT eclipse which I initially downloaded) to include IDE plugins for the following:
Once gain thanks to all....
Andy Warhol Â- "I am a deeply superficial person."
On Mon, Apr 27, 2009 at 12:02 PM, Nick Boldt <nickboldt@xxxxxxxxx>
If you're using PDT 2.0, you'll want to install Eclipse 3.4 updates from the Ganymede site  for "Java Development Tools/Toolkit (JDT)". If you plan to develop plugins you'll want the Plugin Development Environment (PDE).
Â> Last Question - How can I use my existing PDT-Eclipse also as a JAVA
IDE? I mean what needs to be downloaded and installed without disturbing my existing PDT settings ;-)
If you're using PDT 2.1, you'll want the Galileo site  to get Eclipse 3.5 updates.
If you've never used Eclipse's Update system, read this:
And, if you hit any other problems, here's the best FAQ out there, IMHO:
Nick Boldt :: http://wiki.eclipse.org/User:Nickb
Release Engineer :: Eclipse Modeling & Dash Athena