For Maven projects, we fixed a regression in 2023.1.1 which prevented the dependency IntelliSense in the pom.xml from working. If you haven’t already tried this feature, please do – it provides an experience that is far more productive than what was previously available in the Add Dependency wizard.
The integrated version of Spring Tools has been updated from 4.18.0 to 4.19.0. This addresses performance issues reported by some of our users with an excessive number of Spring related jobs running in the workspace. If you continue to experience issues, please let us know.
In MyEclipse 2023, a Java Resources node was introduced to group Java resources in some project types. The filter in the MyEclipse Explorer can now search through resources that were nested under this node. If you’re not familiar with this filtering capability, do give it a try!
Third Party Plugins
If you updated to the 2023.1.1 release from a prior release, installation of several third party plugins would fail with odd dependency errors. This issue would not affect fresh installations of 2023.1.1. Update to 2023.1.2 to resolve this issue, restoring your Eclipse ecosystem freedom!
A critical failure in the Report Web Project wizard would prevent it from opening. This has been resolved.
You’d see a number of error dialogs when dealing with Mylyn tasks – those that existed in your workspace as well as when creating new tasks. These issues are now resolved.
For our MyEclipse Secure customers with Pro/Blue licenses, a MyEclipse 2023.1.1 installation created using the pack would not launch – this issue has been resolved in the 2023.1.2 packs.