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This page to short tutorials and worked examples,
Revision as of 12:37, 28 August 2012
This page links to short tutorials and worked examples. Note that these may be in development as you're looking at them - if something seems wonky, check the "last edit" date.
- Downloading, installing and configuring ''Eclipse''
Eclipse is an open-source development environment framework that underlies several commercial products (the IDL IDE and oXygen editor being two of the better-known examples). It's available for free (for non-commercial user) for all the major platforms. It does support a basic and useful XML-aware editor.