Kevin,

Not that I know of, however as you have noted 7.0, 7.5, 7.6 and 8.0 all look pretty much the same so if 7.0 is doing it for you, there's probably no reason to switch.

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date: Thu, 3 Mar 2011 16:29:34 +0000
from: Kevin Turner <kevin.turner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: [WEB400] RDi V8 as a plug-in

I know there are more specific forums for questions like this, but does anyone know if it is possible to add RDi V8 as a plugin to an existing Eclipse installation?

I have installed RDi to see if it has any benefits over WDSc 7.0. I have the latter added to an existing Eclipse instance that already has some other things we used installed (like Adobe Flex for example), but I cannot see any way of doing the same with RDi. I cannot seem to add Flex plug-in to the RDi installation either, so it looks like if I want to use RDi I still have to keep my other Eclipse 3.x installation at the same time.

At the moment, I cannot see any justification for paying $800 for an RDi licence because it is not giving me anything (that I need) over and above WSDc 7.0





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