Like clockwork

Eclipse Indigo SR2 arrives on time

Chris Mayer

Yet again, the Eclipse Foundation delivers their service release on time. Full steam ahead Juno now.

As promised, the Eclipse Foundation have announced the general availability of Eclipse Indigo 3.7 SR2, updating the entire release train with a maintenance release.

The community hit the required deadline of the fourth Friday of February (it’s catchy), cleaning up any outstanding defects from the SR1 release back in September, albeit a small number. This release represents several months work, comprising four release candidates. 

Delivering it on time is testament to Eclipse’s accuracy and commitment. In the core package, 89 bug fixes have been made whilst other important upgrades to plugins, such as updating WTP from 3.3.1 to 3.3.2 have been undertaken.

Among those packages that appear in Eclipse Indigo 3.7.2 SR2 are:

  • Eclipse Classic 3.7.2, 174 MB
  • Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers, 212 MB
  • Eclipse IDE for Java Developers, 128 MB
  • Eclipse IDE for C / C + + Developers (includes Incubating components), 108 MB
  • Eclipse IDE for C / C + + Linux Developers (includes Incubating components), 143 MB
  • Eclipse IDE for JavaScript Web Developers, 110 MB
  • Eclipse modeling tools, 272 MB
  • Eclipse for RCP and RAP Developers, 181 MB
  • Eclipse IDE for Java and Report Developers, 243 MB
  • Eclipse for Testers, 90 MB
  • Scout for Eclipse Developers, 175 MB
  • Eclipse IDE for Parallel Application Developers (includes Incubating components), 181 MB

You can download the parts you wish from the Eclipse Downloads page, and also browse the release notes. This will likely be the last 3x series release to appear on the downloads page, with the 4x series becoming default from now on. So full steam ahead Juno!

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