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Installing WindowBuilder in Eclipse Java EE Indigo
Joined: Nov 20, 2011
Nov 28, 2011 16:19:15
I would like to install
EE for Web, Indigo SR1.
Unfortunately, I am an idiot and tend to do things in the least efficient, most irrational way possibly conceivable.
This characteristic has led me to the options depicted in the attached
, encountered within Eclipse.
- Can I choose
Core and get the whole shebang? (Are all of the other
downloads in the list included in the
Core, or are they in addition to it?)
- Is there a point to selecting all the
options and installing all of them?
- Are some of these
downloads for very special purposes not generally relevant to the vast majority of application developers?
Thank you for your patience.
WindowBuilder Eclipse (plethora of possibilities...)
Joined: May 14, 2008
Nov 29, 2011 12:23:53
I'll assume that you numbered your bullets...
1) Selecting Core gets only Core. You should check every one that you need. If you don't know which ones you need, check all of them.
2) Yes, to get all of the tools. But then, it depends on whether you need all of them.
3) You would have to read the WindowsBuilder documentation to figure that out.
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