If you have followed these instructions, you should have a working version of Eclipse now.
While Git is used in a majority of projects, some still use Subversion (SVN). Subclipse, an Eclipse plugin, lets you work with SVN. This is about installing Subclipse and the necessary libraries for Ubuntu 16.04.
Install and Configure Subclipse Plugin
Open Eclipse. Click on Help -> Install Software. Click on Add. Enter the name as “Subclipse – Latest” and the URL as
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I have noticed many developers complaining about the pain of juggling multiple JDK (
alternatives --config java) and Eclipse installations. This post is meant for them. So, this is primarily for beginners.
Note: The following was done on Ubuntu 16.04.
Install Eclipse 4.10M1
Go to the following URL.
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To work with multiple versions of Python, you have a few options. One of them is to use a virtual manager like pyenv.
Steps to install pyenv on Ubuntu
Note: These were tested on Ubuntu 16.04.
Open a terminal and run:
sudo apt-get install build-essential git libreadline-dev zlib1g-dev libssl-dev libbz2-dev libsqlite3-dev wget
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