User Documentation: In December 2013, the Eclipse Code Recommenders website has received a complete overhaul. The website contains both a short Getting Started guide and an extensive Manual. The project website is linked to on the Welcome to Eclipse view shown after installation.
Localization: As of Eclipse Kepler, Eclipse Code Recommenders is fully internationalized and relies on the Eclipse Babel project for localization. Internationalized resource files have been made available to the Babel project from Code Recommenders 2.0.6 on (released 10 March 2014) with the notable exception of resource files part of the Snipmatch component, which only later became part of the Code Recommenders code base (on 30 April 2014, after a restructuring review).
According to Babel’s translation statistics the translation of Code Recommenders 2.x has already progressed farther than that of Code Recommenders 1.0 (part of Kepler).
Build System: Eclipse Code Recommenders is build with Apache Maven and Eclipse Tycho. It makes some use of the Common Build Infrastructure (Gerrit, Hudson, signing webservice), but does not (yet) inherit from the CBI’s parent POM. To ease initial project setup, Code Recommenders is an early adopter of Eclipse Oomph.
Developer Documentation and Code Examples: Code snippets showcasing how to use the low-level headless APIs introduced with Code Recommenders 2.0.0 are kept with the source projects. They should provide sufficient information on how to design your own recommenders on top of Eclipse Code Recommenders.
The Jayes bayesian network library part of the Eclipse Code Recommenders project is featured on the project website and has furthermore been documented in an extensive blog post.