...'features' and 'plugins' folder into the 'dropins' folder of your Eclipse install.
#Install the [http://dev.eclipse.org/viewcvs/index.cgi/%7Echeckout%7E/platform-relen
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[[Image:E4-contacts-demo.PNG|thumb|400px|A screenshot of the e4 contacts demo.]]
The '''e4 contacts demo''' showcases an e4-based RCP application that allows the user to view and edit vCards.
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...fficial channel for E4 discussions [http://echelog.com/logs/browse/eclipse-e4 log]
* If you cannot connect due to firewall issues or prefer to not install anything, try http://webchat.freenode.net/ to connect via HTTP.
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...se-e4''' is the E4 discussion channel - [http://echelog.matzon.dk/?eclipse-e4 log]
...within Eclipse either through the Installation Manager (see <b>Help → Install New Software</b> or the <b>Marketplace Client</b>).
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...d love to see a convergence between the RWT theming and the CSS support in e4.
=== Differences between RWT theming to e4 CSS ===
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...rg/councils/roadmap_v2_0/AC_v2_0/index.php 2006 version] - relationship to e4 ?
=== e4 - current state of affairs ===
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Fill in the "Root install folder" with the parent folder under which you want all your Eclipse instal
...you want to launch Eclipse again, you'll find the executable in the "Root install folder" you selected above. The executable will be here:
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* Potential contributor to e4 resources doing EFS on REST
* Tom doing talks on e4
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#It is best to keep an install/workspace around solely for the purpose of build submission. Take the lates
#Install releng tools into your eclipse install. See [[E4/Builds]] for pretty pictures of the releng tool.
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...the CSS styling, dependency injection, Modeled UI) have graduated from the e4 incubator and are now part of the [[Eclipse4|Eclipse SDK]]}}
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=== e4 Photo Demo ===
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...run a Java-like language on the client. Because Java itself is not "zero-install", a JVM can't be used. Instead, Java is cross-compiled to Flex (ActionScrip
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...elease, as it represents the culmination of several years of work in the [[E4]] incubator. With Juno release train, the Eclipse SDK 4.x will form t
...ction and service-based programming model, CSS-based styling) were called 'e4' but we are now referring to them as the ''Eclipse 4 Application Platform''
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...build, and start it up like you would with any version of eclipse. See [[E4/Self Hosting]] for the current list of issues we're working on in the 4.0 B
...ce bundles. You can also use the Advanced Workbench Model Editor from the e4 Tools.
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| Leverage one of existing PHP/Java bridges for adding a PHP support into [[E4]]
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...is page is about the '''implementation/design''' aspect of work. See the [[E4/Resources/Requirements]], Use-Cases and Goals for user-facing descriptions
...st be consistent. For the three Big Rocks defined, it might be possible to install separate working groups.
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| '''E4 Resources meeting'''
* '''Martin''' - Update from yesterday's [[e4/Meeting Minutes/Status 20090122]] call:
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At the [[E4/Summit]], some pervasive themes that may affect all of E4 have been identified:
* [[E4/Architectural Foundations]]
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...ntify some people who are willing to help work on the layer itself. See [[E4/Compatibility/Running the compatibility layer]]
...that the compatibility layer itself must be an optional component of an E4 install.
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** Initial goal is to just get something going. Rather than focus on install, Martin is going to manually assemble the components via shell scripts and
...is point. Potentially some performance problems on remote project refresh. e4 resources promises to fix this.
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