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Revision as of 16:42, 24 January 2012

This page lists resources for EGL Development Tools (EDT). The project is creating two aspects of the open-source EGL technology:

  • EGL Core, which provides the basic rules of EGL syntax.
  • Eclipse IDE for the EGL Developer, which provides an interactive environment for writing and transforming source code.

Eclipse IDE for the EGL Developer is the first extension to EGL Core.

Taking a first look

Gaining expertise

Sharing concerns

For EGL business developers:

For EDT project developers:

Exploring the plan

Handling tasks on the web

Developing EDT

Project docs:

Eclipse Foundation docs:

Comparing EDT to IBM Rational Business Developer