The following is a short list of Web links for Eclipse-related plug-ins, projects, and information. First, there is the Eclipse.org Web site, which should always be your first stop for Eclipse-related information. Following that are a few of the larger sites providing Eclipse-related information and lists of plug-ins. At the end is a smattering of sites containing plug-ins, projects, notes, and information of varying quality that caught our eye.
www.eclipse.org/The place to start concerning Eclipse and Eclipse-related technology for downloads, documentation, articles, mailing lists, and more. The main projects at Eclipse.org are further divided into subprojects:
The Eclipse.org Web site also has a community page (www.eclipse.org/community/index.html) that lists upcoming events, courses, and links to related Web sites containing more information on Eclipse.
www.eclipseplugincentral.comA site dedicated to supporting the growth of the Eclipse community by helping developers locate, evaluate, and acquire plug-ins that can help them deliver their projects faster, better, and cheaper. Eclipse Plug-in Central (EPiC) adds value by offering marketplace updates, reviews, ratings, news, forums, community listings for products and services, and support for the Eclipse Foundation.
www.eclipse-plugins.info/A site containing lists of plug-ins sliced and diced by category and hit count (a very rough popularity statistic). Each plug-in has a short description, a place for anyone to comment, statistics, and a link to the plug-in's home page.
eclipse-wiki.infoA wiki wiki site containing information about Eclipse gleaned from newsgroups, mailing lists, and the like. The availability of this site has been unpredictable, but when available, it contains a wealth of information.
www.eclipsecon.orgThe Web site for information about the EclipseCon technical conference.
antlreclipse.sourceforge.netA plug-in providing support for the parser generator ANTLR, including an editor and builder.
A.2.7. Bugzilla plug-in
kered.org/project-eclipse_bugzilla_pluginProof of concept for integrating Bugzilla into Eclipse. Looks promising, but we have not tried it.
www.gstaff.org/coloreditor/A free syntax color highlighting editor for Eclipse that uses JEdit's syntax highlighting mode files. There are several other projects and plug-ins on this site, including cSpy and a widget/plug-in inspector.
mmoebius.gmxhome.de/eclipse/eastereggs.htmA list of links and resources for Eclipse, plus a page of Eclipse Easter eggs for fun.
www.alphaworks.ibm.com/eclipseA site filled with Eclipse-related technology and articles from the IBM Alphaworks labs.
www.research.ibm.com/eclipse/A source of information regarding IBM grants and programs centered on Eclipse-based technology.
sourceforge.net/projects/phpeclipseAn open source plug-in providing support for PHP, structured query language (SQL), HTML, and Jtidy. It includes syntax highlighting, command completion, and a preview of pages.
www.qnx.com/products/ps_momentics/An IDE build on Eclipse for writing code around a real-time OS.
www.scs.carleton.ca/~skaegi/cdt/A lightweight code sharing plug-in for XP-like pair programming in a distributed environment.
sangam.sourceforge.net/Another code sharing plug-in for XP-like pair programming in a distributed environment.