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Apogy is based on Eclipse platform It makes use of 3D so it is important to install latest & stable version of graphics card 3D drivers.

Supported Platforms

32-bit Windows | 64-bit Windows | 32-bit Linux (GTK) | 64-bit Linux (GTK)

Update Sites

  1. Stable: [TBD] OR
  2. Latest: [TBD]

Java Virtual Machine

  1. Ensure a proper Java Runtime Environment (JRE) is installed on your system (1.8 or higher). You can download JRE from
  2. The virtual machine must be accessible in the PATH. Type the following commands in a system shell to verify the installed java version.
    java -version
    java version "1.8.0_60"
    Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_60-b27)
    Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_60-b27)

Eclipse Project Package

  1. Get the Eclipse Project Package from (Latest Release).
  2. Extract the archive under <ECLIPSE_INSTALLER_HOME>.
  3. Copy <JRE_HOME> directory into <ECLIPSE_INSTALLER_HOME> directory. You may also use a symbolic link.
      jre      <<<< must include /bin/java
  4. Edit <ECLIPSE_HOME>/eclipse.ini and change the following lines that set VM memory parameters (see below).
    -Xms256m                              <<<< Replace by -Xms2048m 
    -Xmx1024m                             <<<< Replace by -Xmx2048m
  5. Save your changes.
  6. Launch the <ECLIPSE_HOME>/eclipse.
  7. The Workspace Launcher dialog will prompt. Select the location of a new or an existing workspace. The workspace will contain the information related to your Apogy session.


  1. Select Help->Install New Software...
  2. On the Install Dialog, Click on Add...
  3. Set the name to Apogy
  4. Set the Location to one of the following update site.
    1. Stable: [TBD] OR
    2. Latest: [TBD]
  5. Click on OK
  6. Select Apogy package
  7. Click on Next>
  8. On Install Details page, click on Next>
  9. On Review Licenses page, select Accept then click on Finish

Known Issues

  1. On Linux, add the following to your .bashrc :
    export SWT_GTK3=0

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