During the installation process there is a screen where you can opt in "install into an existing Eclipse installation" (or something like this). But I don't think that that makes any sense. RDP is slow/big enough. I wouldn't want to have it in any of my other Eclipse installations.
From: web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Kevin Turner
Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2011 5:30 PM
To: 'Web400@Midrange. Com'
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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