Eclipse Oxygen.2 IDE improvements: Java IDE, Git and C/C++ [VIDEO]
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Eclipse Oxygen.2 includes a number of improvements in functionality and performance. If you want to find out more about some of the impressive new upgrades for the Java IDE, Git and C/C++, check out this video.
We’re six months away from Eclipse Photon (to be released on June 27, 2018) but this doesn’t mean we’re done with Eclipse Oxygen — not even close!
Holger Voormann prepared a video about the Oxygen.1a IDE Improvements (Java 9, JUnit 5, General, Gradle, and PHP) and now he’s sharing another one about some IDE improvements included in Eclipse Oxygen.2.
- Fixed: ClassNotFoundException with a JAR in another project and with Java 9 (bug 525844)
- Fixed: Exporting runnable JAR (bug 525711)
- Fixed: Running Ant in a non-Java project in a separate JRE (bug 522581)
- Fixed: In module-info requiring a not by default resolved Java 9 module(bug 526054)
- Drag and drop of entries between modulepath and classpath (bug 522593)
- Git Staging view: add/remove all/selected buttons
- Git Staging view: right-click menu with ‘Assume Unchanged’ and ‘Untrack’
- Repository switcher in the Git Staging, Git Reflog, Interactive Rebase and History views
- Redesigned icons: disable filtering, add/clone/create a repository