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Announce: e(fx)clipse 0.0.1

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I've been working the last few days on a project I named [url http://tomsondev.bestsolution.at/2011/06/24/introducing-efxclipse/]e(fx)clipse whose aim is to provide some tooling to people who'd like to develop JavaFX applications inside the Eclipse IDE. The first thing I've worked on was a CSS-Editor providing syntax-coloring an auto-completion for JavaFX specific attributes.

Please don't expect too much at this time but I hope I can find the time to extend the support in the weeks to come.

If you want to take it for a spin all you need is an Eclipse 3.7 or Eclipse 4.1 installation and download the p2 repository linked from the blog post.

Tom

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