Touch and Gesture Support Added

Eclipse 3.7 ‘Indigo’ M5 Released

Jessica Thornsby

Fifth milestone of Eclipse Indigo is released with a history for recently used breakpoint conditions.

The fifth milestone of Eclipse 3.7 has been
released. This release introduces conditional breakpoint
improvements, Touch and Gesture support in SWT, and static analysis
improvements, including capabilities to detect methods that can be
declared static. The SWT browser now supports using WebKit as
native renderer on Windows, and new methods have been added to
Control and Menu, which allow the app to change the orientation of
these interface elements. Encodings of derived resources can now be
stored in a separate preferences file.

More information is available at the New and Noteworthy.

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