The Eclipse-based report development tool for JasperReports
Jaspersoft® Studio is editing software for JasperReports®. It will help you design and run report templates; build report queries; write complex expressions; layout components like 50+ types of charts, maps, tables, crosstabs, custom visualisations. It integrates JasperReports® Server to create powerful report workflows. You can build documents of any complexity from your data. Print-ready PDFs to interactive dynamic HTML with navigation inside or outside the report. High quality PowerPoint, RTF, Word, spreadsheet documents or raw CSV, JSON, or XML. It's not difficult to build custom exporter to suit any need. Different types of data sources are accessible, big data, CSV, Hibernate, Jaspersoft Domain, JavaBeans, JDBC, JSON, NoSQL, XML, or custom data source. Available as an Eclipse plug-in or a standalone application, it comes in two editions: Community and Professional. The Professional edition includes additional features, maps, advanced HTML5 charts and professional support.
Open tool platform for the cost effective rigorous development of dependable complex software systems services. This platform is based on the event-B formal method and provides natural support for refinement and mathematical proof.
The Software Testing Automation Framework (STAF) is a framework designed to improve the level of reuse and automation in test cases and test environments. The goal of STAF is to provide a complete end-to-end automation solution for testers.
PyDev is a Python Development Environment (Python IDE plugin for Eclipse). It features an editor with code completion, code analysis, refactoring, outline view, debugger, mark occurrences and other goodies - check http://pydev.org for more details). It's kept going by community contributions, so, if you think it's a worthy project, please contribute through http://pydev.org
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.
Desktop search application
DocFetcher is an Open Source desktop search application: It allows you to search the contents of files on your computer. — You can think of it as Google for your local files. The application runs on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
Debugger for Bash version 3(Bourne again shell). Plugin for Eclipse. Will only work with shell script editor ShellEd.
Mondrian is an OLAP (online analytical processing) engine written in Java. It reads from JDBC data sources, aggregates data in a memory cache, and implements the MDX language and the olap4j and XML/A APIs.
JGraphT is a free Java class library that provides mathematical graph-theory objects and algorithms. JGraphT supports a rich gallery of graphs and is designed to be powerful, extensible, and easy to use.
Eclipse Plugin to find unused Java code
UCDetector (Unnecessary Code Detector) is a Open Source Eclipse Plugin Tool. UCDetector finds unnecessary (dead) public Java code. It suggests to make code final, protected or private.
Rifidi is a middleware and development platform for RFID. With Rifidi you can prototype an RFID application down to the core RFID Hardware and using Rifidi Edge you can easily develop business rules to turn RFID events into real business applications.
4diac is an open source solution for industrial automation systems
Eclipse 4diac is an open source PLC environment allowing to implement industrial control solutions in a vendor neutral way. 4diac implements IEC 61499 extending IEC 61131-3 with imrpvoed support for controller to controller communication and dynamic reconfiguration. With that 4diac provides the infrastructure for Industrie 4.0 and industrial IoT.
An open source workbench for chemo- and bioinformatics built on the Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP).
Eclipse Verilog editor is a plugin for the Eclipse IDE. It provides Verilog(IEEE-1364) and VHDL language specific code viewer, contents outline, code assist etc. It helps coding and debugging in hardware development based on Verilog or VHDL.
JAutodoc is an Eclipse Plugin for automatically adding Javadoc and file headers to your source code. It is possible to define Velocity templates for Javadoc and file headers. Update Site: http://jautodoc.sourceforge.net/update/
Paste from your Copy history!
Project moved to GitHub: https://github.com/mikhail-barg/moreclipboard Please change your update site to https://raw.github.com/mikhail-barg/moreclipboard/master/site More Clipboard keeps track of the latest entries copied/cut into clipboard buffer and allows quick pasting from the popup list by pressing a hotkey. Inspired by Multi Clipboard plugin for Eclipse and Visual Assist for MS VS.
IMPORTANT: MoreUnit code has moved to https://github.com/MoreUnit/MoreUnit-Eclipse MoreUnit is an Eclipse plugin that should assist you in writing more unit tests. It supports all programming languages (switching between tests and classes under tests...) and has specific support for Java (creating test stubs, mock support, decoration, refactoring support...).
Eclipse plugins that extend the Open Health Tools (OHT) Model Driven Health Tools (MDHT) project. Download the all-in-one ZIP, or install into existing eclipse workbench from the Eclipse Update Site URL http://oht-modeling.sourceforge.net/updates
This is an attempt to supply editor keyboard macro facilities that are missing from the Eclipse IDE.
Eclipse Hex Editor Plugin (EHEP) is an Eclipse plugin which allows user to view or modify any file in hex mode.
Easily configure ARM CMSIS files without Keil
The CMSIS Configuration Wizard allows users to easily configure ARM source files without using the Keil uVision IDE. The wizard parses the source file and generates a GUI, allowing the various parameters to be edited.
a DSL for type systems, reduction rules, interpreters for Xtext langs
Xsemantics is a DSL (implemented in Xtext itself) for writing type systems, reduction rules, interpreters (and in general relation rules) for languages implemented in Xtext. It then generates Java code that can be used in your language implemented in Xtext for scoping and validation (it can also generate a validator in Java).
Performance and Productivity at Scale
X10 is a class-based, strongly-typed, garbage-collected, object-oriented language. To support concurrency and distribution, X10 uses the Asynchronous Partitioned Global Address Space programming model (APGAS). This model introduces two key concepts -- places and asynchronous tasks -- and a few mechanisms for coordination. With these, APGAS can express both regular and irregular parallelism, message-passing-style and active-message-style computations, fork-join and bulk-synchronous parallelism. Both its modern, type-safe sequential core and simple programming model for concurrency and distribution contribute to making X10 a high-productivity language in the HPC and Big Data spaces. User productivity is further enhanced by providing tools such as an Eclipse-based IDE (X10DT). Implementations of X10 are available for a wide variety of hardware and software platforms ranging from laptops, to commodity clusters, to supercomputers.
JMEDS is a lightweight, modular extendable Java Framework for DPWS.
JMEDS is a lightweight, modular and extendable software framework for using the "Devices Profile for Web-Services (DPWS)" in Java based environments. It runs on Java CLDC (e.g. on embedded devices), CDC, Android and SE platforms. 12.02.2014 v2.0.0 beta 10 fixed the EXI release and included schema files for EXI's schema informed mode, multiple other bug fixes 25.09.2013 Bugfix release of JMEDS Framework: v2.0.0 beta 9a 30.08.2013 v2.0.0 beta 9 New version of JMEDS Framework We are doing our best to answer all questions from you and fix the bugs that are found as fast as we can! So don't hesitate to ask questions or report unexpected behaviour/bugs that you might find. DPWS Explorer released on http://ws4d.e-technik.uni-rostock.de/dpws-explorer/