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The Eclipse Foundation released today an update to the Eclipse Luna release train. Now available is Eclipse Luna 4.4.1.

You can grab the latest update from our directly from our Eclipse Luna page, or if you're a Secure Delivery Center customer, you'll find the new Eclipse pack available in your download center.

Congrats to the Eclipse Foundation on the release!

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Posted on Sep 26th 2014