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JavaRebel Eclipse Plugin Released

The JavaRebel Eclipse plugin was released into the wild today. Though JavaRebel does not depend on any IDE, it’s awesome when you can setup and configure JavaRebel with a single click. This plugin also includes better support for debugging JavaRebel enabled applications.

The plugin depends on Eclipse 3.4 and is available from the update site at http://www.zeroturnaround.com/update-site/ If you’re a not WTP user be sure not to include WTP support as it has a lot of dependencies.

For more info on the Eclipse plugin functionality, read the Eclipse Plugin Tutorial or check out the changelog.

  • If you’re a WTP user be sure not to include WTP support as it has a lot of dependencies.

    I think you mean to if if you’re NOT a WRP user be sure not to include WRP support as is has a lot of dependencies.

  • If you’re a WTP user be sure not to include WTP support as it has a lot of dependencies.

    I think you mean to if if you’re NOT a WRP user be sure not to include WRP support as is has a lot of dependencies.

  • Ok, thanks, fixed.

  • Ok, thanks, fixed.

  • I’m using it and it’s quite simple to set up JavaRebel for a project.
    Great work!

  • I’m using it and it’s quite simple to set up JavaRebel for a project.
    Great work!