The upcoming version is named 2020-09 that should be out somewhere in Sept 2020.
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The Eclipse Foundation - home to a global community, the Eclipse IDE, Jakarta EE and over 375 open source projects, including runtimes, tools and frameworks. I have just installed Eclipse Oxygen and created a JFrame project. While switching from source view to design view, i am getting 'incompatible java version error'. The Eclipse Project Downloads. On this page you can find the latest builds produced by the Eclipse Project.To get started, run the program and go through the user and developer documentation provided in the help system or see the web-based help system.If you have problems installing or getting the workbench to run, check out the Eclipse Project FAQ, or try posting a question to the forum. A Java 8 or newer JRE/JDK is required to run all Oxygen packages based on Eclipse 4.7, including running the Installer. Click to see full answer Just so, what JDK is needed for Eclipse? You must install a full JDK.
List of Eclipse flavors released over the years,
|Version||Release Date||Platform Version||Projects|
|Callisto||30 June 2006||3.2||Callisto projects|
|Europa||29 June 2007||3.3||Europa projects|
|Ganymede||25 June 2008||3.4||Ganymede projects|
|Galileo||24 June 2009||3.5||Galileo projects|
|Helios||23 June 2010||3.6||Helios projects|
|Indigo||22 June 2011||3.7||Indigo projects|
|Juno||27 June 2012||3.8 and 4.2||Juno projects|
|Kepler||26 June 2013||4.3||Kepler projects|
|Luna||25 June 2014||4.4||Luna projects|
|Mars||24 June 2015||4.5||Mars projects|
|Neon||June 2016||4.6||Neon projects|
|Oxygen||June 2017||4.7||Oxygen projects|
|Photon||June 2018||4.8||Photon projects|
|2018-09||September 2018||4.9||Neon projects|
|2018-12||December 2018||4.10||2018-12 projects|
|2019-03||March 2019||4.11||2019-03 projects|
|2019-06||June 2019||4.12||2019-06 projects|
|2019-09||September 2019||14.13||2019-09 projects|
|2019-12||December 2019||14.14||2019-12 projects|
|2020-03||March 2020||14.15||2020-03 projects|
|2020-06||June 2020||14.16||2020-06 projects|
|2020-09 (planned)||September 2020||14.17||2020-09 projects|
⚡️ Did you know? : Eclipse versions have been named after different celestial bodies, more specifically planets or planets natural satellites such as Europa, Ganymede, Callisto, Galileo and Luna.
⚠️ Update: Eclipse Mars 4.5 version is available now: it supports Java version 8.
⚠️ Update: Post Oxygen release in June 2020, all later versions are named as yyyy-MM format!
- Oh why did they stopped using the celestial names? It was not so difficult to know which one was the latest one as it was all released in alphabetical order, anyways! Having a quarter release with the year and month name seems just like IntelliJ IDE's.
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This wiki page explains how you can configure Eclipse to launch with Java 9. This also explains how the Java 9 support can be installed for Eclipse 4.7. Java 9 reorganizes the runtime into modules, but this conflicts with the way Eclipse organizes its own runtime.
- 3Configure Eclipse for Java 9 modules
- 4Install Eclipse Java 9 Support for Oxygen releases before Oxygen.1a
Download Java 9
You need to download and install a Java 9 VM, e.g. from http://jdk.java.net/9. If you are developing Java applications, or are on macOS, you should definitely get the JDK.
Configure Eclipse to run on Java 9 VM
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If Java is automatically found when launching Eclipse, you need to specify the location of your Java VM. If you already do this, simply replace it with a Java 9 VM. Otherwise it can easily be done by adding something like:
following the --launcher.appendVmargs line to the eclipse.ini.
Configure Eclipse for Java 9 modules
Since the Eclipse SDK uses types that aren't in the java.base module, you need to add the following vmargs to eclipse.ini:
Your project might fail to run because you use types that are neither in java.base or java.se.ee, e.g. types from javafx.base. In that case you have to figure out which module(s) you need to add with --add-modules.
- Only works in JDK 8, but not in JDK 9: Run
- In Eclipse with Java 9 Support for Oxygen (see below), you can open the type in a JavaSE-9 JRE and perform Show In > Package Explorer. Inside the 'JRE System Library' node, the Package Explorer will show the module in which that type resides.
Your eclipse.ini should contain something like:
Each argument must be on its own line, and every line after
-vmargs is passed as an argument to the JVM. Incorrect arguments after the
-vmargs line often cause the JVM to exit immediately.
Install Eclipse Java 9 Support for Oxygen releases before Oxygen.1a
This is useful if you have to debug problems, e.g. when it fails to run your project.
This is essential if you want to run JUnit tests in the Eclipse IDE using Java 9.
We recommend to install the support via Eclipse Marketplace because it is crucial that the Eclipse install, the Java 9 VM and the patch match. If you are not using an EPP with a pre-installed Marketplace Client, you must install it first (from the General Purpose Tools category of the http://download.eclipse.org/releases/oxygen P2 repo).
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Another way to install it is to use Ed's Oomph based installer described here: https://dev.eclipse.org/mhonarc/lists/cross-project-issues-dev/msg14178.html.
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Specify a Java 9 JRE
Use Window->Preferences->Java->Install JREs to make your Java 9 VM available within Eclipse.
You may want to associate Java 9 with some Execution Environments to force a rebuild using Java 9.