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The Scout documentation has been moved to https://eclipsescout.github.io/. Installing The Scout documentation has been moved to https://eclipsescout.github.io/. is really easy.


Install Eclipse with Scout SDK

Visit the Eclipse Download-page to get Eclipse for Scout Developers.

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JRE 7 required
Eclipse for Scout Developers requires Java 7 or greater. If you have multiple JREs installed and want to be sure the right one is used start Eclipse Scout using the -vm command line argument and specifying the path to the executable. E.g.: eclipse -vm c:\path_to_the_jre\bin\javaw.exe.


Add the Scout SDK to your Eclipse installation

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Eclipse
These instructions assume that you have Eclipse installed already.

To add Scout SDK to your existing Eclipse installation, you need to open eclipse and select Help | Install New Software...

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Use http://download.eclipse.org/releases/mars in the dialog that shows up and expand Application Development Frameworks. When expanded, check Eclipse Scout. The version may be different than on the screenshot below:

Select Scout Application Development drill down

Click Next twice, accept the license and restart Eclipse as soon as the download has been completed.

Now you are ready to use the The Scout documentation has been moved to https://eclipsescout.github.io/..

Scout Updatesites

To download alternative scout versions see Scout/Updatesites.

Get the Source Code

The source code is available on git: http://git.eclipse.org/c/scout/

Accessing the source code of specific released versions or branches is described here

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