New: Belorussian translation Ide Eclipse of the blog courtesy of Amanda L.
Here’s where you want to go for Eclipse for 64-bit Java + 64-bit Windows, including Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7, or for any other “oddball” configuration not linked from their main download page:
- Eclipse Download List:
From there you need to click through for a specific release. The most recent release is at the top of the first table; right now it points to:
- Latest Release List: Eclipse 3.5 (“Galileo”) Release Page
From the release page, you have to choose a platform and click on the
http link. That’ll then take you to the download page. For 64-bit Windows (x86_64) use:
- 64-bit Windows Zip: 64-bit Windows Zip File
I’m using the
Windows (x86_64) builds on Vista on both an Intel Core-2-based laptop and dual-Xeon-based workstation. It works with the 1.5 JDKs from Sun.
We have instructions on getting it running in our LingPipe Eclipse Tutorial. I’m about to add that you need to close the funny start page they have now, which wasn’t obvious.
This took some finding. Actually, it took a hint from Mike, because you certainly won’t find it by navigating, which will take you to:
- Eclipse Partial Download Page with Cute Graphics:
which doesn’t have links to 64-bit versions of Eclipse for Windows. If you search for on their site, you get old bboard questions without answers. If you search for on Google, Yahoo, or MSN, only MSN has anything close to a helpful answer in the first 10 hits.