For those in a hurry
New Eclipse features can be installed using the standard Eclipse installmechanism:
- in the Eclipse menu, go to Help → Install New Software …
As a collection of features, Eclipse projects may chose to pack only alimited selection of features in the standard distributions, making allother optional.
The user may chose to install the optional packages at any time. Macbook constantly restarts.
The first choice is what repository to work with:
There are many choice, but most probably you’ll want to install optionalCDT features.
The list of available repositories can be managed from here by using the Manage… button, or from the preferences pages.
Install release candidates
Before each release, the new Eclipse Embedded CDT plug-ins are availablefor beta testing from a separate p2 repository:
To use this p2 repository, click the Add… button and add the URL.Name it Eclipse Embedded CDT test.
Usually the test plug-ins should be safe, but use them with caution.
Once installed, the optional features can be updated as all other features,using the Check for Updates mechanism. For details see theUpdate an Existing Eclipse page.
Multiple standalone Eclipse instances
If multiple Eclipse instances are installed on a system (which is a good thing!)each Eclipse is standalone, and does not share any content with other Eclipses.
Thus, installing new features in one Eclipse does not affect the features installed on otherEclipses. Maintaining Eclipse consistency is very important in productionenvironments, and one of the reasons of using multiple Eclipseinstances.
This Eclipse install mechanism allows to install features/plug-ins frommultiple repositories, and is relatively easy to use.
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2024 Eclipse Maps
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On April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse will trace a narrow path of totality across 13 U.S. states. A detailed map of each state along the path of totality can be found below. The yellow lines outline the limits of the path of totality in each state. The green middle line represents the eclipse centerline, where totality lasts the longest in each state. The grey lines show the path of totality entering and exiting each state. To experience the total phase of the eclipse in each state, you must be within the yellow lines. The closer you are to the green centerline, the longer totality will last. Areas outside the path of totality will get a partial solar eclipse only.
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