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Eclipse Juno - good features of Eclipse 4.2 ( Eclipse Juno ) JDT/Workbench

Global search bar The workbench now has a global search field in the tool bar. Multi-drag sash You can now place the cursor at the intersection of two or more sashes and drag them all at the same time. When you are going to be dragging multiple sashes, the cursor will change to one with 4-way arrows. The image below indicates one such intersection with a red circle. Ant updated to 1.8.3 and JUnit to 4.10 The bundled version of Apache Ant in the platform has been updated to version 1.8.3. The JUnit 4 version shipped with Eclipse has been updated to 4.10. CamelCase in Quick Outline The Quick Outline (Ctrl+O) and Quick Hierarchy (Ctrl+T) in the Java Editor now also support camelCase matching on the element name, quite similar to the Open Type dialog and Content Assist. Quick Assist to convert enhanced for loop Ever encountered an enhanced for loop and needed access to the Iterator or to the loop index? Now, you can just use a Quick Assist (Ctrl+1) to conve

Eclipse Indigo - good features of Eclipse3.7 ( Eclipse Indigo ) JDT/Workbench

Lightweight refresh on access Previous Eclipse versions relied on native refresh providers (on Windows) or a polling mechanism to keep the workspace synchronized with the underlying file system. This capability can be still enabled by selecting Refresh using native hooks or polling on  Preferences > General > Workspace. Now a new lightweight mechanism is available. Files discovered to be out-of-sync by the workspace, for example while accessing the file content by an editor, will be automatically asynchronously refreshed. If you want to refresh files this way, go to  Preferences > General > Workspace and select Refresh on access. The Problems view icon shows state The Problems view icon now indicates whether the view contains warnings or errors. This is especially useful when working with maximized editor area as it allows you to see whether there are errors or warnings without going to the Problems view. Branch column in History view There is now a column

Eclipse Kepler 4.3 is now available

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SOAP UI faster start up

If you feel like your SOAP UI is starting up very slowly, check whether this is due to any start up web page call. You can check this @ Preferences - UI Settings - Show Startup Page ==> Here you can deselect this option to improve the start-up time.