Eclipse Oxygen.1a IDE Improvements: Java 9, JUnit 5, General, Gradle and PHP

Oxygen.1a (4.7.1a) was released two weeks after Oxygen.1 (4.7.1) on October 11, 2017. Oxygen.1 includes bug fixes and minor improvements. Since Oxygen.1a, the Eclipse IDE runs out of the box with Java 9 and supports development for Java 9 as well as testing with JUnit 5. Many thanks to all of you who have contributed in any way.

As usual I made a short video that shows some improvements in action:

Eclipse Oxygen.1a IDE Improvements: Java 9, JUnit 5, General, Gradle and PHP

Java 9

(see also Eclipse Project 4.7.1a New and Noteworthy – Java 9 and Eclipse Wiki – Java 9 Examples)

JUnit 5

(see also Eclipse Project 4.7.1a New and Noteworthy – JUnit 5)

General

(see also in Eclipse 4.7.1/4.7.1a closed bugs)

Gradle

(see also Eclipse Buildship 2.1.0 New and Noteworthy)

PHP

(see also in PDT 5.1 closed bugs)

More details about Java 9, JUnit 5 and other Eclipse topics can be seen in the recently uploaded 177 EclipseCon Europe 2017 videos with a total duration of more than 3 days and 19 hours.

Next releases (calendar / ICAL):

Upgrade to Eclipse Oxygen.1a or download Eclipse Oxygen.1a and happy coding!

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