According to our registry, Eclipse is capable of opening the files listed below. It is possible that Eclipse can convert between the listed formats as well, the application’s manual can provide information about it.
There are currently 17 file extension(s) associated to the Eclipse application in our database.
- Eclipse Link File
- Eclipse Product Marker
- Unified Modeling Language File
- COBOL Source Code
- Object Constraint Language File
- Kernel MetaMetaModel File
- Eclipse WRN Data
- Eclipse ASCII Grid Data
- Eclipse Grid Data
- Eclipse Application Model Data
- Eclipse Extension Point Schema
- Eclipse EMOF Model
- Eclipse JET XML Template
- Eclipse JAR Description
- Eclipse JET Java Template
- Eclipse Document Access Definition Extension
- Eclipse JET SQL Template
Important! There is a lot of dangerous content on the Internet, so you should only install applications coming from a trusted source onto your computer! You put your private information into danger by opening files coming from an unreliable source.
The precise system requirements for the Eclipse application are included in the software’s manual. You can find the manual in electronic format on Eclipse’s website as well. We cannot provide support for this product, so in case of a problem, turn to the developer of Eclipse!
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