Eclipse

Using DTS Eclipse, PyDev, and Python 2.7

Red Hat intended for developers to integrate Developer Toolset 2.0 (DTS) and Red Hat Software Collections 1.0 (RHSCL). As you may not realize, inside the DTS is a copy of Eclipse and you can use that with any software collection. In other words, you can use PyDev, with the Python 2.7 Software Collection from RHSCL in the Eclipse from DTS. Let’s find out how.

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Separating IDE workspaces from code repositories

As I’ve been using Git, SVN (with git-svn) and Hg for quite a long time now, I’ve adapted my way to handle the local repositories created with those tools. Especially, I quickly found out that it is quite crucial to separate those repositories from your IDE workspaces. Some explanation of why and how are in this entry.

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Red Hat Developer Toolset 2.0 is now Generally Available!

gcc developers – this is what you’ve been asking for!

Red Hat Developer Toolset V2.0 is now generally available.

Red Hat has “announced the general availability of Red Hat Developer Toolset 2.0.  Available to all Red Hat customers with an active Red Hat Enterprise Linux Developer subscription, Red Hat Developer Toolset provides access to the latest stable versions of open source development tools on a separate, accelerated life cycle.”

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RHEL Developer Toolkit 2.0 now in beta

Just under a year ago, we introduced the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Developer Toolset 1.0 which provides the latest, stable open source developer tool versions at an accelerated cadence than that of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.  That version started with gcc 4.7 and gdb 7.4.  Since then, we’ve added V1.1 with some additional components and today we are announcing V2.0  beta that adds Eclipse, and more:

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