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Eclipse Oxygen.1a: Java 9, JUnit 5, and Gradle [Video]

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Eclipse Oxygen.1a: Java 9, JUnit 5, and Gradle [Video]

Are you an Eclipse Oxygen fan? Take a look at the latest support and features that were just introduced for Java 9, JUnit 5, PHP, Gradle, and more.

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Oxygen.1a (4.7.1a) was released two weeks after Oxygen.1 (4.7.1) on October 11, 2017. Oxygen.1 includes bug fixes and minor improvements. Since Oxygen.1a, the Eclipse IDE runs out of the box with Java 9 and supports development for Java 9 as well as testing with JUnit 5. Many thanks to all of you who have contributed in any way.

As usual, I made a short video that shows some improvements in action:


Java 9

(See also Eclipse Project 4.7.1a New and Noteworthy – Java 9 and Eclipse Wiki – Java 9 Examples)

JUnit 5

(See also Eclipse Project 4.7.1a New and Noteworthy – JUnit 5)

General

(See also in Eclipse 4.7.1/4.7.1a closed bugs)

Gradle

(See also Eclipse Buildship 2.1.0 New and Noteworthy)

PHP

(See also in PDT 5.1 closed bugs)

More details about Java 9, JUnit 5 and other Eclipse topics can be seen in the recently uploaded 177 EclipseCon Europe 2017 videos with a total duration of more than 3 days and 19 hours.

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