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Eclipse Oxygen (4.7) ist fertig

https://projects.eclipse.org/releases/oxygen

Alle Neuerungen unter https://www.eclipse.org/oxygen/noteworthy/.

 

Unter Java 9 bedarf es Vorbereitungen für den Start:

Launching on Java 9

If you are launching eclipse with a Java 9 build (either via system or via -vm option in eclipse.ini file) then, in eclipse.ini file, after -vmargs line add --add-modules=ALL-SYSTEM. This should launch eclipse. If you get an IllegalAccessException or InaccessibleObjectException, you can add --permit-illegal-access additionally after the -vmargs.

e.g.

...
--launcher.appendVmargs
-vmargs
--add-modules=ALL-SYSTEM
--permit-illegal-access
...

The switches can be entered on the command line after -vmargs, e.g.

$ ./eclipse -vm *[path to jdk9]*/bin -vmargs --add-modules=ALL-SYSTEM --permit-illegal-access

Weiterhin:

Support for Building Java 9 Applications

The Java™ 9 specification has not been released yet and so support has not yet been integrated into our standard download packages. You can add an early access preview to the Eclipse IDE, Oxygen Edition (4.7).

The Eclipse Java™ 9 Support (BETA) contains the following:

  • ability to add JRE and JDK 9 as installed JRE;
  • support for JavaSE-9 execution environment;
  • ability to create Java and Plug-in projects that use a JRE or JDK 9; and
  • ability to compile modules that are part of a Java project
  • For up-to-date information, please see Java 9 Support (BETA) for Oxygen in the Eclipse Marketplace.

Install the beta by dragging the install button onto your running Eclipse IDE, Oxygen Edition instance.