Today the Eclipse Foundation announced that early access builds of Eclipse Indigo 3.7 M5 packages are available for developers wishing to test out the newest in Eclipse technology.

If you're a Pulse user, of which there are 1 million of us, then you probably know that Eclipse Indigo packages are available under the Explorer/Preview Builds drop-down menu on the upper left - these Indigo packages are named  "nightly builds." If you don't have Pulse, get the Community Edition for free if you're an individual developer.

Check it out...

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Posted on Feb 8th 2011