Home > Java > All about Eclipse Plug-ins All about Eclipse Plug-ins Eugenia Loli 2005-04-03 Java 2 Comments This chapter provides an overview of how plug-ins function in Eclipse in the form of Frequently Asked Questions. Included are questions about the core concepts of the Eclipse kernel, including plug-ins, extension points, fragments. About The Author Eugenia Loli Ex-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker. Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 2 Comments 2005-04-03 9:11 pm Anonymous Eclipse seems to becoming the universal IDE because of its highly modular structure and lots of industry backing – as well as several new books on Eclipse 3.x. The CDT(C++) plugin parser seems to do a good job, but CDT doesn’t seem to be able to import automake projects ala KDevelop or the upcoming Anjuta2. 2005-04-04 11:27 am Anonymous I love Eclipse. However, when I started using it, I tried to search for articles/howto’s on using the IDE to program Java. All I could find was articles/posts on _extending_ Eclipse. It drove me mad. Even my local bookshop had 4 books on Eclipse, all of them spent the majority of pages on how to write Eclipse plugins, while I was just looking for info on how to set up my IDE to create a webapplication.