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The unfortunately named "Eclipse Project" is the project dedicated to producing the Eclipse SDK. This name made sense back when there were only two or three projects at Eclipse, but now it is frequently referred to as the "Eclipse SDK Project" to reduce confusion (or just "The Platform" when we're feeling grandiose).  This project in turn is composed of four sub-projects: [http://eclipse.org/equinox Equinox], [http://eclipse.org/platform Platform], [http://eclipse.org/jdt Java development tools] (JDT), and [http://eclipse.org/pde Plug-in Development Environment] (PDE).
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The unfortunately named "Eclipse Project" is the project dedicated to producing the Eclipse SDK. This name made sense back when there were only two or three projects at Eclipse, but now it is frequently referred to as the "Eclipse top-level project" to reduce confusion (or just "The Platform" when we're feeling grandiose).  This project in turn is composed of five sub-projects: [http://eclipse.org/platform Platform], [http://eclipse.org/jdt Java development tools] (JDT), [http://eclipse.org/pde Plug-in Development Environment] (PDE), [[e4]], and [[Orion]]. Until the [[Ganymede]] release, the Eclipse project also contained the [http://eclipse.org/equinox Equinox] subproject, but this project has since moved to the [[RT]] top level project.  There is a proposed fifth sub-project, code-named [[e4]], exploring technologies for the next generation of the Eclipse platform. The Eclipse project is led by a [[Eclipse/PMC|PMC]], and an architecture team made up of leads from each of the sub-project components.
  
* [[Platform| Platform]]
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== Sub-project pages ==
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* [[Platform]]
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* [[JDT|JDT]]
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* [[Plug-in Development Environment]] (PDE)
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* [[E4]]
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* [[Orion]]
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== Topic hubs ==
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* [[Eclipse/Testing]]
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* [[Eclipse/Bug Tracking]]
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* [[Eclipse Documentation | Documentation]]
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** [[Eclipse/FAQ | FAQ]]
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* [[Internationalization]]
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* [[Eclipse/API Central]]
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* [[Performance]]
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== Miscellaneous ==
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* [[Eclipse Project Update Sites]]
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* [[Version Numbering]]
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* [[Eclipse/Committers]] - Geographical locations of Eclipse project committers.
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* [[Eclipse/Juno_Plan]] - Links to component milestone plans for the [[Juno]] release
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* [[Eclipse/Indigo_Plan]] - Links to component milestone plans for the [[Indigo]] release
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* [[Eclipse/UNC_Paths]] - Information on working with UNC paths
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* [[Eclipse/Rhythm | Eclipse Project Rhythm]]
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[[Category:Eclipse Project]]

Revision as of 21:12, 4 June 2012

The unfortunately named "Eclipse Project" is the project dedicated to producing the Eclipse SDK. This name made sense back when there were only two or three projects at Eclipse, but now it is frequently referred to as the "Eclipse top-level project" to reduce confusion (or just "The Platform" when we're feeling grandiose). This project in turn is composed of five sub-projects: Platform, Java development tools (JDT), Plug-in Development Environment (PDE), e4, and Orion. Until the Ganymede release, the Eclipse project also contained the Equinox subproject, but this project has since moved to the RT top level project. There is a proposed fifth sub-project, code-named e4, exploring technologies for the next generation of the Eclipse platform. The Eclipse project is led by a PMC, and an architecture team made up of leads from each of the sub-project components.

Sub-project pages

Topic hubs

Miscellaneous