MyEclipse 9.0 Milestone 1 is Now Available

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    MyEclipse 9.0 Milestone 1 is the first release of MyEclipse and MyEclipse Blue Edition on the Helios (Eclipse 3.6) release train. For installers and installation instructions, please click the Development Releases link on our Downloads page.
    9.0 M1 New and Noteworthy
    Release Notes – MyEclipse
    Release Notes – MyEclipse Blue Edition

    64-bit Windows support
    To install a 64-bit version of MyEclipse (will use a 64-bit JVM and Eclipse) on systems running a 64-bit version of Windows, please follow these steps:
    1) Install and run a 64-bit version of Pulse.
    2) Select Eclipse 3.6 – Helios from the combo on the top left.
    3) Under Ready to Use Profiles > Popular select either MyEclipse or MyEclipse Blue and choose Run from the context menu.
    4) You will be asked whether you want a 32-bit or 64-bit installation of MyEclipse, choose 64-bit and proceed with the installation.

    a) On a 64-bit system, if you do not get the prompt for a 64-bit installation, you are probably using a 32-bit version of Pulse. Please uninstall this version before attempting to install a 64-bit version.
    b) 9.0 M2 will have installers for 64-bit systems that make this process easier; for now, only using Pulse or the update site directly with a 64-bit installation of Eclipse Classic 3.6.0 will work.
    c) Due to technical constraints, the 64-bit version of MyEclipse on Windows will not include Visual Designers, the REST Explorer and JavaScript debugging. These features will be re-introduced in subsequent releases. Users can always choose to provision a 32-bit version of MyEclipse, even on 64-bit systems to retain access to all features.

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