Apple Macs, iPhones, and other mobile devices are being pulled into the open-source tools universe of Eclipse, a group whose genesis can be traced to enterprise Java and C/C++. The project today released Eclipse 3.5, codenamed Galileo, which wraps 33 projects in an integrated release. For the first time, the bundle can be …
Hah! Grammar pedants unite!!!!
Crikey, could we please stop using this annoying Yank habit of replacing "and" with the comma in headlines?
It doesn't make sense people!
Here: I've fixed it for you:
"Eclipse worms into Apple Cocoa and iPhone."
"greater adoption of Mac's "???
Back to school you go....
You're absolutely correct; it's a nasty American affectation and ought to be nipped in the bud.
"nip in the bud" fell out of favor in England but survived in America (mostly in the southern states) until movies and television reintroduced it to England.
And as long as you're driving out Americanisms, when you are in a hurry, tell your friend to "step on the petrol".
Maybe downloads are decreasing because you download it once, and there you go. I use eclipse at work and home, so that's 2 downloads for 40 hours a week usage.
Hmm, wonder if there's a typing char/word count stat monitor plug in?
Eclipse for iPhone Web Apps
Nothing new, this has been offered by Aptana a long time ago...
Aptana also contributed to the Eclipse Babel project, one of the guiding "behind the scenes" pilars behind Galileo and its succesful launch. With Galileo for the first time, all projects to be included had to be localizable. And with a few shameful exceptions, most of them are already localizED, too.
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