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== Galileo ==
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Unzip the Babel language packs into the Eclipse installation folder. If your operation system is set to the same locale as the language packs, then just launch Eclipse normally (run '''''eclipse''''' in eclipse folder for Linux, or run '''''eclipse.exe''''' in eclipse folder for Windows). If your operation system is set to English, then launch Eclipse with '''''-nl <locale>'''''.
 
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Simply unzip the Babel language pack ZIP file in the dropins/ folder of your Eclipse installation. Launch Eclipse with -nl (locale) if your operating system is not using the same locale as the language pack.
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== Ganymede ==
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See instructions for Galileo.
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== Europa ==
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Unzip the Babel language pack into the eclipse/ folder. The Babel ZIP file contains a plugins/ folder with plugins that will be unzipped in the correct location. Launch Eclipse with -nl (locale) if your operating system is not using the same locale as the language pack.
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Latest revision as of 16:47, 16 August 2010

Unzip the Babel language packs into the Eclipse installation folder. If your operation system is set to the same locale as the language packs, then just launch Eclipse normally (run eclipse in eclipse folder for Linux, or run eclipse.exe in eclipse folder for Windows). If your operation system is set to English, then launch Eclipse with -nl <locale>.