A language server implementation based on the Language Server Protocol for Eclipse MicroProfile programming model. This Language Server for Eclipse MicroProfile (LSP4MP) will provide core language support capabilities (such as code complete, diagnostics, quick fixes) to enable developers to easily and quickly develop cloud-native applications using MicroProfile APIs.
Eclipse JustJ provides fully-functional Java runtimes that can be redistributed by Eclipse Projects. The form in which these are made available is intended to make these easily consumable. As such, the Java runtimes will be available via p2 repositories as well as via direct packaged downloads. The links for these will evolve over time.
The project can mutate individual class files and thus could be used in a class loader to dynamically rename type references at runtime while classes are being loaded. This could allow a program such as an application server to use this support in its class loaders to allow existing libraries using older type name, such as javax. types, to be transformed, loaded and executed in a newer environment using renamed types.
The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 60870-5 standard is used for communication between SCADA systems, and the subset IEC 60870-5-104 is specifying network access over TCP connections.
Eclipse Jifa uses Vert.x as the main backend framework, and uses Vue 2.0 as the frontend framework.
Features currently supported:
Heap dump Analysis:
- Overview of the target heap
- Leak suspects
- GC root analysis
- Dominator tree analysis
- Thread information
- Other features
The Eclipse Unified Identity project consists of several components including a high-level implementation of the UIP core, examples and documentation. Any Self Sovereign Identity project can only become a success as code solutions become possible, alongside a strong effort for adoption. The toolkit lowers the barrier-to-entry and fosters adoption. An initial whitepaper about the subject of SSI and a Unified Identity solution can be found here.
This project provides a foundation for developers to build decentralized marketplaces on the IOTA network, allowing them to prototype concepts and explore new decentralized business models. Eclipse Decentralized Marketplaces is a starting point for developing decentralized marketplaces on the IOTA network. Different programming languages can be used as long as there is a corresponding IOTA client library available.
The tangible products produced by OpenHW Group CORE-V includes:
- Complete documentation: micro-architecture and a user manual.
- Implementation: RTL model and synthesis scripts for both ASIC and FPGA implementations.
- Verification: both dynamic (simulation) and static (formal) verification environments.
AsciiDoc is a comprehensive, semantic markup language for producing a variety of presentation-rich output formats from content encoded in a concise, human-readable, plain text format. It also includes a set of APIs for transforming the encoded content, extending the syntax/grammar and processor lifecycle, and integrating with tools and publishing platforms. Teams and individuals use AsciiDoc to write product documentation, technical specifications, architectural guides, scientific and analytical reports, academic courses and training materials, books, and other technical communication.
Eclipse ADORe core components are: