Tools

The project produces development tools such as computer programming language tools (compilers, editors, debuggers), performance tools, and test tools.

Eclipse Dash

Eclipse Dash is a place where the community itself collaborates on tools for community awareness and collaboration in support of our ultimate objective of committer quality and cooperation.

Eclipse Transformer

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

Eclipse Target Communication Framework

Eclipse TCF is a vendor-neutral, lightweight, extensible network protocol mainly for communicating with embedded systems (targets). Its most distinguishing feature is that TCF is designed to

Eclipse OMR

The Eclipse OMR project consists of a highly integrated set of open source C and C++ components that can be used to build robust language runtimes that will support many different hardware and

Eclipse Apoapsis

The Eclipse Apoapsis project provides a process and a reference implementation for large-scale software composition analysis (SCA). The ORT Server reference implementation is based on the OSS Review

Eclipse Kura

Eclipse Kura™ offers a Java/OSGi-based container for M2M applications running in service gateways. Kura provides or, when available, aggregates open source implementations for the most common services needed by M2M applications. Kura components are designed as configurable OSGi Declarative Service exposing service API and raising events. While several Kura components are in pure Java, others are invoked through JNI and have a dependency on the Linux operating system.

Eclipse AASX Package Explorer and Server

Eclipse AASX Package Explorer and Server is a suite for viewing, creating, editing and hosting Industrie 4.0 Asset Administration Shell packages. Eclipse AASX Package Explorer is a tool with graphical

Eclipse QVT Operational

The Eclipse QVT Operational component is an implementation of the Operational Mappings Language defined by Meta Object Facility™ (MOF™) 2.0 Query/View/Transformation™ (QVT). In long term, it aims to

Eclipse BPMN2 Modeler Project

The mission of the Eclipse SOA Project is to build frameworks and extensible tools that enable the design, configuration, assembly, deployment, monitoring, and management of software designed around a

Eclipse OCL (Object Constraint Language)

Eclipse OCL provides libraries and tools for the Object Constraint Language (OCL) OMG standard using EMF-based models.

Eclipse QVTd (QVT Declarative)

The Eclipse QVT Declarative (QVTd) component is a partial implementation of the Core (QVTc) and Relations (QVTr) Languages defined by the OMG standard specification (MOF) 2.0 Query/View/Transformation

Eclipse Signalling Engineering Toolbox

Eclipse Signalling Engineering Toolbox provides essential components of the tool chain to manage initialization, testing, validation and visualization of the PlanPro object model for railway

Eclipse TeXlipse™

The Eclipse TeXlipse™ project provides an Eclipse extension to support LaTeX projects, so that document preparation can be incorporated into the normal Eclipse development activities. LaTeX is a

Eclipse MDM|BL

The Eclipse MDM|BL comprises a bottom to top architecture view of three parts. The first one is a specific openMDM application model definition for the ASAM ODS data storage. The standardization

Eclipse StatET™: Tooling for the R language

Eclipse StatET™ is an Eclipse-based IDE for R. It offers a set of mature tools for R coding and package building. This includes a fully integrated R console R script editors an integrated R Graphics

Eclipse Xtext

Eclipse Xtext™ is a framework for development of programming languages and domain specific languages. It covers all aspects of a complete language infrastructure, from parsers, over linker, compiler

Eclipse LSAT

The Eclipse LSAT™ project provides a toolkit for the early design of (mechatronics-intense) flexible manufacturing system development adhering to the MBSE paradigm. It enables the specification of the

Eclipse SCAVA

Software engineers spend most of their time learning to understand the software they maintain or depend on (or will depend on). The goal of this learning process is to support decision-making. In this

Eclipse eTrice

Eclipse eTrice™ is an implementation of the ROOM modeling language for event driven real-time software systems. It provides tooling like textual and graphical editors, code generators for Java, C++