About Eclipse Software

  1. The Eclipse Public License (EPL) is a free and open source software license most notably used for the Eclipse IDE and other projects by the Eclipse Foundation.It replaces the Common Public License (CPL) and removes certain terms relating to litigations related to patents. The Eclipse Public License is designed to be a business-friendly free software license, and features weaker copyleft.
  2. Eclipse 9 Advanced Workbook; Eclipse 9 Basic Workbook; Video Tutorials; Pandemic Terminology Webinar; Working with Eclipse Remotely - ZOOM; More. Private Training; Authorized Trainers; Support. Bridge Mobile; Passport; Utilities and More; Free Software; Email Tech Support; Software Support Plans; Remote Support; Email Invoice.

With over 30 years of continuous development and innovation, the ECLIPSE simulator is the most feature-rich and comprehensive reservoir simulator on the market—covering the entire spectrum of reservoir models, including black oil, compositional, thermal finite-volume, and streamline simulation. Supply Chain Management Improve Efficiency and Order Tracking. When it comes to supply chain management, there’s always room to streamline. Real-time data and insights from Eclipse ERP software help you find opportunities to work smarter—from forecasting to fulfillment. Eclipse iceoryx uses a true zero-copy, shared memory approach that allows to transfer data from publishers to subscribers with constant latency, regardless of the size of the payload.

Eclipse IDE for Java Developers

  • 328 MB
  • 787,944 DOWNLOADS

The essential tools for any Java developer, including a Java IDE, a Git client, XML Editor, Maven and Gradle integration

Eclipse IDE for Enterprise Java and Web Developers

  • 519 MB
  • 537,930 DOWNLOADS

Tools for developers working with Java and Web applications, including a Java IDE, tools for JavaScript, TypeScript, JavaServer Pages and Faces, Yaml, Markdown, Web Services, JPA and Data Tools, Maven and Gradle, Git, and more.
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Eclipse IDE for C/C++ Developers

  • 355 MB
  • 155,314 DOWNLOADS

An IDE for C/C++ developers.

Eclipse IDE for Eclipse Committers

  • 401 MB
  • 33,132 DOWNLOADS

Package suited for development of Eclipse itself at Eclipse.org; based on the Eclipse Platform adding PDE, Git, Marketplace Client, source code and developer documentation.
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Click here to file a bug against Eclipse Git team provider.

Eclipse IDE for PHP Developers

  • 258 MB
  • 20,613 DOWNLOADS

The essential tools for any PHP developer, including PHP language support, Git client, Mylyn and editors for JavaScript, TypeScript, HTML, CSS and XML.
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Eclipse IDE for Java and DSL Developers

  • 387 MB
  • 18,037 DOWNLOADS

The essential tools for Java and DSL developers, including a Java & Xtend IDE, a DSL Framework (Xtext), a Git client, XML Editor, and Maven integration.

Eclipse IDE for Embedded C/C++ Developers

  • 377 MB
  • 14,193 DOWNLOADS

An IDE for Embedded C/C++ developers. It includes managed cross build plug-ins (Arm and RISC-V) and debug plug-ins (SEGGER J-Link, OpenOCD, pyocd, and QEMU), plus a number of templates to create ready to run blinky projects.
To avoid compatibility issues with pre 6.x plug-ins, it is recommended to create a new workspace with the new version and import the projects there.

Eclipse Modeling Tools

  • 439 MB
  • 6,585 DOWNLOADS

The Modeling package provides tools and runtimes for building model-based applications. You can use it to graphically design domain models, to leverage those models at design time by creating and editing dynamic instances, to collaborate via Eclipse's team support with facilities for comparing and merging models and model instances structurally, and finally to generate Java code from those models to produce complete applications. In addition, via the package's discover catalog, you can easily install a wide range of additional powerful, model-based tools and runtimes to suit your specific needs.

Eclipse IDE for RCP and RAP Developers

  • 319 MB
  • 6,352 DOWNLOADS

A complete set of tools for developers who want to create Eclipse plug-ins, Rich Client Applications or Remote Application Platform (RCP+RAP), plus Maven and Gradle tooling, and an XML editor. It contains the EGit tooling for accessing Git version control systems, and Eclipse Passage which helps with license management for Eclipse-based products.

Eclipse IDE for Scientific Computing

  • 320 MB
  • 3,714 DOWNLOADS

Tools for C, C++, Fortran, and UPC, including MPI, OpenMP, OpenACC, a parallel debugger, and remotely building, running and monitoring applications.

Eclipse IDE for Scout Developers

  • 290 MB
  • 2,151 DOWNLOADS

Eclipse Scout is a Java/HTML5 framework to develop business applications that run on the desktop, on tablets and mobile devices. This package includes Eclipse IDE support for Scout developers and source code.

Eclipse Foundation Software User Agreement

November 22, 2017

Usage Of Content

THE ECLIPSE FOUNDATION MAKES AVAILABLE SOFTWARE, DOCUMENTATION, INFORMATION AND/OR OTHER MATERIALS FOR OPEN SOURCE PROJECTS (COLLECTIVELY 'CONTENT'). USE OF THE CONTENT IS GOVERNED BY THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT AND/OR THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF LICENSE AGREEMENTS OR NOTICES INDICATED OR REFERENCED BELOW. BY USING THE CONTENT, YOU AGREE THAT YOUR USE OF THE CONTENT IS GOVERNED BY THIS AGREEMENT AND/OR THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ANY APPLICABLE LICENSE AGREEMENTS OR NOTICES INDICATED OR REFERENCED BELOW. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT AND THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ANY APPLICABLE LICENSE AGREEMENTS OR NOTICES INDICATED OR REFERENCED BELOW, THEN YOU MAY NOT USE THE CONTENT.

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Unless otherwise indicated, all Content made available by the Eclipse Foundation is provided to you under the terms and conditions of the Eclipse Public License Version 2.0 ('EPL'). A copy of the EPL is provided with this Content and is also available at http://www.eclipse.org/legal/epl-2.0. For purposes of the EPL, 'Program' will mean the Content.

Content includes, but is not limited to, source code, object code, documentation and other files maintained in the Eclipse Foundation source code repository ('Repository') in software modules ('Modules') and made available as downloadable archives ('Downloads').

  • Content may be structured and packaged into modules to facilitate delivering, extending, and upgrading the Content. Typical modules may include plug-ins ('Plug-ins'), plug-in fragments ('Fragments'), and features ('Features').
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  • Features may also include other Features ('Included Features'). Within a Feature, files named 'feature.xml' may contain a list of the names and version numbers of Included Features.

The terms and conditions governing Plug-ins and Fragments should be contained in files named 'about.html' ('Abouts'). The terms and conditions governing Features and Included Features should be contained in files named 'license.html' ('Feature Licenses'). Abouts and Feature Licenses may be located in any directory of a Download or Module including, but not limited to the following locations:

  • The top-level (root) directory
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Note: if a Feature made available by the Eclipse Foundation is installed using the Provisioning Technology (as defined below), you must agree to a license ('Feature Update License') during the installation process. If the Feature contains Included Features, the Feature Update License should either provide you with the terms and conditions governing the Included Features or inform you where you can locate them. Feature Update Licenses may be found in the 'license' property of files named 'feature.properties' found within a Feature. Such Abouts, Feature Licenses, and Feature Update Licenses contain the terms and conditions (or references to such terms and conditions) that govern your use of the associated Content in that directory.

THE ABOUTS, FEATURE LICENSES, AND FEATURE UPDATE LICENSES MAY REFER TO THE EPL OR OTHER LICENSE AGREEMENTS, NOTICES OR TERMS AND CONDITIONS. SOME OF THESE OTHER LICENSE AGREEMENTS MAY INCLUDE (BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO):

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IT IS YOUR OBLIGATION TO READ AND ACCEPT ALL SUCH TERMS AND CONDITIONS PRIOR TO USE OF THE CONTENT. If no About, Feature License, or Feature Update License is provided, please contact the Eclipse Foundation to determine what terms and conditions govern that particular Content.

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You may use Provisioning Technology to allow other parties to install Installable Software. You shall be responsible for enabling the applicable license agreements relating to the Installable Software to be presented to, and accepted by, the users of the Provisioning Technology in accordance with the Specification. By using Provisioning Technology in such a manner and making it available in accordance with the Specification, you further acknowledge your agreement to, and the acquisition of all necessary rights to permit the following:

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  2. During the Provisioning Process, the Provisioning Technology may cause third party Installable Software or a portion thereof to be accessed and copied to the Target Machine.
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