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    Which is the latest version of Eclipse? and where to find it?

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    The latest one is Eclipse Ganymede if am not mistaken.

    Just google it. You should find it right away.

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    At least search on eclipse official website. You can easily find those details there. I don't have a link, because I'm not an eclipse user. Anyway pal, the easiest way you have to do is looking at eclipse official web site.

    Here is a link.

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    Ganymede (3.4) is the current stable release, but milestone builds of 3.5 are available, if you don't mind the odd buggy feature

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    Better to use a stable version.
    Absolutely definately! I just got into the "milestone build" habit when I was writing Eclipse plugins for a living, and never really grew out of it

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    This is not completely true, but what I've seen on most unstabel/beta versions is, updating different plugins. I've seen this on IntelliJ IDEA as well as NetBeans. And more many more non-related Java tools. I'm saying that again, this is not always true.

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