Supported platforms and related software for EDT 0.8.2
| || Tested and validated platforms|| Platforms expected to work|
We encourage community support in testing!
| Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers|| |
| Operating System||
| Browser (External)||
| Browser (Internal)|| See "Rendering Engines" below|
| Application/Web Server||
| || Eclipse 3.6|| Eclipse 3.7|
| || Windows|| Red Hat Linux|| Windows|| Red Hat Linux|
| || 32 bit|| 64 bit|| 32 bit|| 64 bit|| 32 bit|| 64 bit|| 32 bit|| 64 bit|
| Trident|| 4 & 5|| 5|| NA2|| NA2|| 4 & 5|| 5|| NA2|| NA2|
| XULRunner|| 1.9.2.x|| NA1|| 1.9.2.x|| NA7|| 1.9.2.x|| NA1|| 1.9.2.x|| NA7|
| Webkit|| NA5|| NA5|| NA8|| NA8|| Safari 5.1.5 or newer9|| NA6|| NA3|| NA4|
- NA means that a version of the render engine does not exist for the specified OS, Eclipse, and Architecture combination
- All 32 bit versions are supported on a 32 bit architecture and a 64 bit architecture
- The Java property org.eclipse.swt.browser.XULRunnerPath must be specified in the eclipse.ini file to use XULRunner
- See the following link for details on using Webkit
- Webkit will not run correctly if the Java property org.eclipse.swt.browser.XULRunnerPath has been specified
- Webkit should be used when developing and running EGL Rich UI applications with the Dojo Mobile widget set
- The current rendering engine being used can be found by clicking the '?' icon in the upper right hand corner of the Design and Preview tab of the Rich UI Visual Editor
- See the following link for details on setting up an environment for mobile application development
- A 64 bit version of XULRunner 1.9 is not available in binary form for Windows at this time
- Trident is not available for Linux
- A 32 bit version of Webkit 1.4 is not available in binary form for Red Hat Linux at this time. WebKit 1.4 should work for other 32 bit Linux environments, but it has not been tested.
- A 64 bit version of Webkit 1.4 is not available in binary form for Red Hat Linux at this time. WebKit 1.4 should work for other 64 bit Linux environments, but it has not been tested.
- Eclipse 3.6 does not support Webkit on Windows
- A 64 bit version of Safari is not available for Windows at this time
- A 64 bit version of XULRunner 1.9 is not available in binary form for Red Hat Linux at this time
- Eclipse 3.6 only supports Webkit 1.2, which does not work with the EGL Rich UI runtime
- Safari can run into trouble when using Oracle JRE 7u6 or newer. You'll need to use another JRE if you want to use WebKit on Windows.