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Atul Darne
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Hello buddies,

I am using Eclipse IDE, which is of Ganymede. I have seen that there are Eclipse like Helios, iam confused which one to use; are they the new releases like versions. ?
please suggest which one to use.


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Kiaamaa Liammes
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I always perfer the latest version..


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Atul Darne
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Kiaamaa Liammes wrote:I always perfer the latest version..


Hi , but which is the latest version ? to use?
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Helios is the latest on.
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Atul Darne
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i have heard about these list

# Indigo M5 Packages
# Helios SR2 Packages
# Helios SR1 Packages
# Helios Packages
# Galileo Packages
# Ganymede Packages
# Europa Packages

is indigo the latest. ?
Kiaamaa Liammes
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Indigo seems to be the next version of eclipse, i would prefer helios for now Helios
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Jesper de Jong
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Indigo is not out yet; it is currently in development. The "M5" means "Milestone 5".

Helios is the current release. "SR2" means "Service Release 2", it's the original Eclipse 3.6 release with the latest updates.

Galileo, Ganymede and Europa are older versions of Eclipse.


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Tim Holloway
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An astute observer would notice that the release names appear in alphabetical order, advancing one initial letter for each major release.


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Tim Holloway wrote:An astute observer would notice that the release names appear in alphabetical order, advancing one initial letter for each major release.

Indeed.
Even Android releases are alphabetically ordered. Google missed "Apple Pie" apparently.
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John Todd wrote:
Tim Holloway wrote:An astute observer would notice that the release names appear in alphabetical order, advancing one initial letter for each major release.

Indeed.
Even Android releases are alphabetically ordered. Google missed "Apple Pie" apparently.


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Atul Darne
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thanks Jesper !

It was a good information. About the M5 , that i was not knowing
 
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