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Re: [pdt-dev] preliminary Eclipse PHP package

Yes, there is a number of plugins, which are not hosted at eclipse.org and hence not included in the EPP package that can really enhance the experience of PHP developers.Â

It would be great if we can somehow promote them on the Welcome screen. If we have them all registered at the Eclipse Marketplace, perhaps it will be possible to make them easily discovered from the PHP EPP package.

Eclipse Foundation tdoes not prohibit (and even encourages) promoting Eclipse extensions (both open-source or proprietary) as long as all parties are treated equally (a.k.a. vendor neutrality).

Dawid, Jacek, do you have an opinion how such promotion can be designed in the EPP package?


On Tue, Dec 17, 2013 at 10:22 PM, Dawid PakuÅa <zulus@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

interesting logo ;)

Would be nice to add special welcome page with shortcuts to install most popular plugins like jQuery, EclipseColorThemes etc.
If this is possible, and allowedÂbe theÂrules of the Eclipse Foundation.
As I remember this was suggested byÂKaloyan Raev on PDT Extensions Platform discussion group.

I think that also RSE (Remote System Explorer) should be bundled with this package.

Dawid PakuÅaÂ

From:ÂJacek PospychaÅa Jacek PospychaÅa
Reply:ÂPDT Developers pdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date:Â17 grudnia 2013 at 20:27:04
To:ÂPDT Developers pdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject:Â [pdt-dev] preliminary Eclipse PHP package
we're looking at having a PHP package on www.eclipse.org/downloads
page for Luna release (June 2014): a downloadable and executable
Eclipse preconfigured exclusively for PHP devs.

There's an initial package available for testing, so if there's
anybody willing to give it a try and share their feedback, please go

and look for Eclipse PHP product package, e.g. direct link to
currently latest build #30:

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