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Eclipse, an increasingly influential open-source development tools project, will kick off its first programmer conference next week amid strong industry momentum and lingering questions regarding its future direction. The organization is expected...
Eclipse, an open source development tools organization backed by IBM, plans to transition to an independent foundation by next month, a representative said on Tuesday. The Eclipse consortium has filed papers to change...
In an about-face that could have a dramatic impact in the Java tools space, Sun Microsystems Inc. has indicated it might be willing to join the IBM-sponsored Eclipse open-source development platform effort—but only if momentum...