New Time-Tracking Plugin For Eclipse

The first public release of the 'Rabbit' plugin for Eclipse, is now available to download.

Rabbit collects data on which operations have been performed in Eclipse over a set period of time. The 'Rabbit view' can tell users how often they have used each command; and the time they have spent using different tools, resources and perspectives within Eclipse. It can also give the user a grand total of how long an Eclipse-based development session has lasted.

Rabbit only tracks data when it thinks you are active within Eclipse, in an effort to make its data more accurate.

It can be downloaded now from github.

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