I have multiple eclipse SDKs installed on my linux notebook. They are in different directories and I do not remember which is the last one I installed. The command 'which eclipse' gets me /usr/bin/eclipse. /usr/bin/eclipse is a shell script that (among other things) sets ECLIPSE=/usr/lib/eclipse/eclipse.
Hey I downloaded the latest version of eclipse and extracted the folder and ran it using ./eclipse everything worked fine. I was wondering if there is a way to just run eclipse or eclipse & from the terminal and eclipse will execute without going to the eclipse directory. I did it before when I used sudo apt-get to install eclipse but they don't have the latest version of eclipse.
The Eclipse developers have released the sixth milestone for Eclipse 3.6, the first section of the next release train called Helios, which includes new platform APIs, Plug-in Development Environment (PDE) changes and a new tool that helps users manage target platforms...
I have F17. I had Eclipse, then I decided to make yum update, after what there was a problem with workplaces in Eclipse so I decided to reinstall it. I did yum remove eclipse, then it removed only eclipse-pde, though a very big file, approximately 300 Mb.