Eclipse As A Jython IDE

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Author: Christoph Stoettner
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Fountain pen and a notebook

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I added several plugins to my Eclipse, so i can access the scripts on GitHub and edit through an IDE:

Jython and Python Development


Markdown (Documentation within Github)


Access GitHub:


Shellscript Editor



SQL Scripts

SQL Explorer:

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