Thursday, September 17, 2020

EulumdatTools updated to use Eclipse 2020-09 and JRE

EulumdatTools updated to use Eclipse 2020-09 and include JRE

EulumdatTools is using the Eclipse application framework and that updates to a new version every quarter.

We follow the recent upgrade to version 2020-09 to take advantage of all speed and stability upgrades.

Bug fixes in version 0.14.15.v20201015

  • Take advantage of justJ eclipse project to include JRE with executable. We include a minimal stripped java 11.0.2 for now to reduce program size [886]
  • resolved some more major and minor maintainability issues reported by Sonarqube. [884]
  • Fixed possible ConcurrentModificationException in the UniqueItemCode validator [887]

Bug fixes in version 0.14.14.v20201012

  • Take advantage of justJ eclipse project to include JRE with executable. We include java 11.0.2 for now though this makes the program much bigger [886]
  • resolved all vulnerabilities and bugs reported by Sonarqube. [884]

Bug fixes in version 0.14.14.v20200717

  • fixed a problem where blogger and youtube URL's redirected to external browser on MacOS [875]

Bug fixes in version 0.14.14.v20200713

  • You can look at the New and Noteworthy for the Eclipse Platform 2020-06 here [871]
  • EulumdatTools should run on all java versions from Java SE 11 to Java 14 [874]

No need to install Java, JRE 11.0.2 is included with the executable

Windows 10 users: performance issues?

Windows 10 Defender significantly slows down Eclipse, reason being Windows 10 Defender scanning the JAR files. The problem has been reported to Microsoft here. Until then, a workaround to this problem is to add Eclipse root directory to Windows 10 Defender's exclusion list, detailed steps are shared here.

Please get a new binary


Registered users and new users should download the new version. New users can apply for 30 day free evaluation license at the installation site

Installation of EulumdatTools

For stand alone RCP versions of EulumdatTools choose your platform and perform update after installation.:

For use in Eclipse you can use the standard Eclipse update site

Installation of Sandbox Feature

Select menu Help / Install New Software... and choose the Eulumdat Tools Sandbox / Sandbox Feature, press Next and follow through with the installation. Also see here

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