It's a big day in the Eclipse community with the release of Indigo, and as a founding member of the Foundation we're thankful for all work that community members put into this new release train. Great job to all in involved. :)

Here's a quick tip, to save time and effort downloading Eclipse Indigo, try going to our site where one of Genuitec's engineers had this to say:  "Taking one of the downloads from Eclipse.org, the Reports package in Zip form is 250MB.  In OneInstall, it is 160MB including full automated installation."

Eclipse Packages using OneInstall technology are here:  https://www.genuitec.com/eclipse_packages.html

Enjoy! And thanks again community members!

PS- Imagine what OneInstall can do for your software, check it out here.

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Posted on Jun 22nd 2011