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The Eclipse Science Working Group, a working group of the Eclipse Foundation, today announced the new releases of five o...
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Renesas Electronics Corporation announced today that the Renesas e2 studio integrated software development environment n...
With over 10 years of releases and countless extensions and plugins, Eclipse remains one of the most popular IDEs for de...
toem GmbH is proud to annouce they have joined the Eclipse Foundation as a solutions member
Eclipse Collections is a high performance Java collections framework, redesigned for Java 8 and beyond, adding rich func...

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