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Save Coding Time With SlickEdit Core for Eclipse

05.21.2008
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SlickEdit Core is a plug-in for Eclipse that allows developers to use the popular SlickEdit code editor as the default editor within the Eclipse environment. SlickEdit Core consists of the SlickEdit editor, 7 additional views, and the DIFFzilla® differencing engine. Together, this functionality offers developers greater editing power and better speed in navigating code allowing even the most accomplished power programmers to be more productive.

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

• Code Navigation
• Preview Tool Window
• References Tool Window
• Syntax Expansion
• Surround With
• Auto-Completions
• Comment Wrapping
• Works With Microsoft® Windows® Vista™

“We are excited about the inaugural release of SlickEdit Core and how it brings the powerful capabilities of the stand-alone SlickEdit editor to the Eclipse environment,” said Scott Westfall, VP of Software Development. “For programmers developing on the Eclipse open source platform, SlickEdit Core provides unmatched flexibility and the most advanced code editing capabilities available, making it an essential plug-in for developers.”

For a free trial please visit: http://www.slickedit.com/content/view/410/240/

Pricing and Availability
SlickEdit Core 3.3 for Eclipse is available immediately as an annual subscription. Each subscription license is $99 per user per year and includes maintenance and support. Also available from SlickEdit are SlickEdit 2007 and SlickEdit Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio® 2005. For more information about SlickEdit and free trial downloads, please visit http://www.slickedit.com/.

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Zviki Cohen replied on Thu, 2008/06/05 - 12:22am

What about Mac OS X support?

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