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Re: Is RDi really a "new" product?



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Buck wrote:
Joe Pluta wrote:
The current toolset is still based on Eclipse 3.2. What do you need from 3.3?

Maybe not 'need' [1] but 'want':
The ability to use Eclipse 3.3 (or 3.4!) plug-ins
OpenRSE http://www.eclipse.org/dsdp/tm/development/

Do you need this for development? Since WDSC already has RSE, why would you want the OpenRSE plug-in?

Seriously, I understand the attraction of being able to plug things into WDSC (I just got done writing a series of articles on WDSC plug-ins), but I do question the need to plug *everything* into it. What is the benefit you get from OpenRSE? Would others get the same benefit? Does it make sense for IBM to spend resources doing that rather than, say, improving the embedded SQL support?

If yours is a legitimate need that you think will benefit the community, then by all means let's get it to the development team!

Joe





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