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The Eclipse Foundation is pleased to announce the availability of the Luna release, the annual release train from the Eclipse community. This year 76 projects are participating in the release that includes 61 million lines of code and was developed by over 340 Eclipse committers.
La fondation Eclipse est heureuse d’annoncer l’arrivée de Luna : la nouvelle sortie simultanée d’Eclipse. Cette année, 76 projets ont participé, avec 340 committers impliqués et 61 millions de ligne de code contribuées.
The Eclipse Foundation today announced the creation of a new Science Working Group — a global collaboration between industry, academia, and governments to create open source software used in basic scientific research.
The Eclipse Foundation is pleased to announce the availability of Eclipse Kepler packages with the Java™ 8 support. These downloads contain the original Eclipse Kepler SR2 packages with Java™ 8 patches applied.