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SlickEdit Announces Release of SlickEdit Plug-In v3.2 for Eclipse

Allows developers to use the popular SlickEdit as the default editor within Eclipse

SlickEdit, provider of code editors, announced the release of SlickEdit Plug-in v3.2 for Eclipse. SlickEdit is an add-in provider member of the Eclipse Foundation. The Eclipse Foundation released v3.2 of the Eclipse Platform in June of 2006.

The SlickEdit Plug-in v3.2 for Eclipse allows developers to use the popular SlickEdit code editor as the default editor within Eclipse or any Eclipse based IDE.Providing the capability to develop in over 40 programming languages—including C/C++, Java, JavaScript, HTML, SQL, and XML—the SlickEdit Plug-in v3.2 for Eclipse allows even the most accomplished power programmers to be more productive by enabling them to write code faster and more accurately, making it an essential plug-in for developers.

The SlickEdit Plug-in provides a wide range of powerful and time saving features for analyzing, working with, and improving the readability of code including:

  • Code Templates
  • Comment Wrapping
  • Comment Auto-generation
  • Regex Evaluator
  • Vim Emulation
  • Specify Tag Jump Order
  • Additional Quick Refactorings

“The SlickEdit Plug-in brings the powerful capabilities of our standalone editor to the Eclipse environment, helping Eclipse developers be more productive,” said Scott Westfall, Director of Software Development at SlickEdit. “Our plug-in provides advanced functionality for power programmers developing on the Eclipse open source platform.”

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