We extend the Eclipse IDE with tools for development in Haskell, a functional programming language, providing support for a wide range of tools (compilers, interpreters, doc tools etc.) in a coherent, convenient and configurable environment.
A family of Eclipse CDT extensions and tools for GNU ARM development.
These plug-ins provide build and debug extensions for Eclipse CDT (C/C++ Development Tools) for 32/64-bits GNU ARM toolchains like GNU Tools for Embedded, Linaro, etc, ready to run STM32Fx project templates and full integration for advanced J-Link JTAG/SWD probes, including SWO tracing console and peripheral registers view.
AVR-Eclipse is a plugin for the Eclipse IDE which adds toolchain support, through CDT, for the gcc compiler for the Atmel AVR series of microcontrollers, and adds a toolbar button to allow quick upload of produced code to a target device.
The LALR parser generator (LPG) is a tool for developing scanners and parsers written in Java, C++ or C. Input is specified by BNF rules. LPG supports backtracking (to resolve ambiguity), automatic AST generation and grammar inheritance.
GCJ Builder is an Eclipse plugin that integrates GCJ compiler within Eclipse build infrastructure. Make is used to build GCJ enabled projects with the plugin's generated makefile.
A complete, fast, previously commercial, JDO 1.0.1 implementation for databases, opened by Versant in 2005 and then abandoned in early 2006. The design-time code is already in Eclipse Dali. This project is the original source drop, including the runtime.
JarPlug is a Java Archive editor plugin for Eclipse 3.0. JarPlug adds an archive editing view to your Eclipse perspectives, and allows the individual entries in the archive to be edited or deleted before doing an update. Say goodbye to File Explorer!
obfuscate4e is an Eclipse feature to obfuscate plugins during their export. This feature provides an integrated proguard obfuscator, other obfuscators might be added as plugins. The project moved to http://code.google.com/p/obfuscate4e/
Compose build options with the declarative UI
The project moved to GitHub. SF version is no longer updated. See https://github.com/mikhail-barg/maketargeter for the latest versions. --- Make Targeter aims to help creating and building C/C++ make targets for projects where lots of build options are available in makefile.
The aim of ant4eclipse is to avoid redundancy between Eclipse and Ant configurations. Its tasks can read Eclipse' configuration files, such as .classpath or .psf. Changes of Eclipse configurations are immediately visible to buildfiles without changes.
Replicross synchronizes two databases of similar structure. Rules written in an XML/EMF model describe how data must be updated from one base to the other. Another functionality is to propagate incrementally the structure of one database to the other.
Task Parallel Engine for JavaSE
TymeacSE is a full-feature, multi-threading, fork-join framework for Java SE development (RMI and internal server). TymeacSE provides a high performance queuing facility, professional thread management and recursive processing that is easy to use.
The aim of ant4osgi is to support the build process of OSGi bundles using the Ant build tool. It provides Tasks that can build, package and verify bundles.
AntME is a set of Ant utilities designed to help build J2ME applications.
BeanClipse is a NetBeans plugin for Eclipse: NetBeans runs embedded within the Eclipse platform as a plugin offering the best of both worlds to Java developers. May be just a joke ;-) .... Check also it's twin at : http://sf.net/projects/netclipse
A development and build environment for Ant scripts, including a source editor and a graphical editor
The aim of this project is to develop a set of Eclipse plugins to enable a better experience for developers programming in C/C++ for the Cell BE architecture using Eclipse.
This is a collection of Eclipse plug-ins that help you work with .NET. If you used tools like Emonic, this is something that will be helpful. Current functional tools include NUnit and NAnt support. Both tools work like their Java equivalents.
The Eclipse OpenGL Pack is an Eclipse PlugIn, which provides an easy-to-use way to develop and deploy OpenGL-enhanced Java applications within the Eclipse IDE. It includes all external libraries that are required to get an OpenGL application started.
The EclipseIDESwitcher provides a simple interface for the configuration of the EasyEclipse/Eclipse setup with the coexistent usage of multiple distributions and versions with various sets of plugins.
Extensions to CDT project wich configure extra compilers and other plugins to make integrate various plattform (actually Texas Instrument & PIC microprocessors)
CMake Managed Build Support for the Eclipse CDT
This project adds CMake support to the Eclipse C Development Tool Kit (CDT). CMake is cross-platform free and open-source software for managing the build process of software using a compiler-independent method. It is designed to support directory hierarchies and applications that depend on multiple libraries. It is used in conjunction with native build environments such as make, Apple's Xcode, and Microsoft Visual Studio. It has minimal dependencies, requiring only a C++ compiler on its own build system.
An Eclipse 3.0 compatible plugin which allows BEA's WebLogic Server (6.1, 7.1 and 8.1) to be managed from within eclipse and thus easily debug deployed J2EE applications in BEA.
gcov-eclipse is an Eclipse plug-in that will extend CDT to provide code-coverage testing to C/C++ projects by using the gcov program. It will integrate into the CDT's launch and managed build system.