Installing and configuring the Eclipse IDE is easy.
Write this command in the console:
#yum search eclipse
You will see the Eclipse IDE and related packages.
First, we will install the Eclipse IDE:
#yum install eclipse-platform.i386
Start Eclipse IDE from menu Application – Programming – Eclipse.
You will see the following image:
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Eclipse IDE starts with a start page Welcome as shown below:
There are five icons each opening anything.
The first is about Overview.
See image below:
The next icon comes with: What’s new?
We can see Samples.
We can learn from Tutorials.
The last icon leads us to Workbench.
The next picture we see how we can configure plugins.
From the top menu choose Help, then Software Updates and click on Find and Install.
A new window appears.
Choose Search for new features to install.
See the next picture:
Click on Next and we’ll see another window.
In this window, we add new plugins.
Click the New Remote Site.
Add the following data:
Name: Google Plugin for Eclipse 3.3 (Europa)
… press the Ok button.
This new window shows that we added a new plugin on a remote site.
Click Next to be loaded this plugin. See image:
We have to accept limits and licenses.
We’ll see what plugins will load.
Click Finish to complete the installation.
Wait until the download plugins.
A window will tell us what plugins have been downloaded.
Click Install All to complete the process.
Wait until it installs on your computer.
You will need to restart the Eclipse IDE. Click the Yes button.
When we open a new project will see that we can use google plugin applications. See screenshot below:
I hope this tutorial will be useful.