Eclipse itself is straightfoward, since it's just a matter of
download/unzip/set env vars.I wrote my own manifest to do that.

In at least one case I tried, installing a plugin by manually placing files
into /plugins and /features wasn't enough to activate the plugin. Wondering
if it was because of the need to accept the license?

On Wednesday, August 29, 2012 2:38:49 AM UTC-5, Juha Vainikka wrote:

perjantai, 24. elokuuta 2012 0.43.19 UTC+3 Jeff Sussna kirjoitti:
Does anyone know if there's a Puppet module available for managing
Eclipse plugins?

I'm also interested in this. Anyone using puppet for setting up eclipse?
(with or without plugins)
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