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Evaluation & feedback

Evaluation & feedback

Please try to use the plugin for developing your own GF projects and report any issues you come up against. Feedback (both negative and positive) on the following would be appreciated:

  1. Issues encountered with installation
  2. Incorrect support of GF syntactic constructs, module hierarchy system
  3. Performance issues (speed, resources footprint)
  4. General intuitiveness of the UI
  5. Feature wish-list

Getting started

Getting started

Some steps you can follow to get a feel of of the plugin's features.

Video tutorial

A quick run through of the major features available in the GF Eclipse Plugin. If the video doesn't appear above, you can view it at https://vimeo.com/38768382

The Eclipse workspace and project concepts

When you run Eclipse, it asks you to create or specify a workspace on your system, which is essentially the top directory that Eclipse will "see".

Installation & Updating

Installation & updating

System requirements

  1. Eclipse 3.6 or above.
  2. GF 3.3.3 or above.

The GF Eclipse Plugin


The aim behind developing a desktop IDE for GF is to provide more powerful tools than may be possible and/or practical in a web-based environment (the GF Web IDE). In particular, the ability to resolve identifier cross-references and browse external libraries quickly during development time is one of the primary motivations for the project.

The choice was made to develop this desktop IDE as a plugin for the Eclipse Platform as it emerged as the most popular choice among the GF developer community.

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