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By caniszczyk
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Published: Jun 12 2009 / 06:00

Since I have reviewed the past two Eclipse release trains, I’d figure I’d throw in my thoughts for Galileo. In the last Eclipse annual release, Ganymede, there were 23 projects on the train. On the Galileo train, we have grown by 10 projects and are at 33 projects. In terms of enhancements, there are so many new things in Galileo that I’ll only talk about my five favorite things from the various projects.
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overtheline.myopenid.com replied ago:

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If this is all you can say about galileo, this is terrible. Eclipse has been stagnant for years and to talk about being able to use Cocoa as a "feature you have to be about of your mind.

Its bad enough apple has destroyed swing on OSX due to their control over the JDK releases, but to debut another lackluster POS eclipse release with this kind of weak review is pathetic.

I hope theres something else under the hood seriously. Ill remarry my ex wife before I stand for another empty eclipse release.

This SUX!

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ian skerrett replied ago:

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Dude, with an attitude like this I am sure your ex-wife is glad you are gone.

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