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FloydEditor is a lightweight Eclipse plugin especially designed for the Floyd application, a fiction authoring utility.
FloydEditor is capable of displaying floyd code and comes with code insertion capabilities, as well as other features that will help you in the development process.







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– A Floyd editor and writer with features to assist the FLOYD development process.

Basque Views is a free plugin for Eclipse to display application basque content (view, settings…) in a Eclipse window.
* Support for basque language, for example it understands basque idioms.
* Support for other languages automatically detected by the plugin.
* Manage menu items in the view dynamically.
* Refreshed menu items from Eclipse context menu on basque applications.

The aim of the Prelude plugin is to load an instance of a JavaScript-based language in an Eclipse workspace, in an Eclipse plugin, in a standalone application, or in any other environment through plug-in

4 Node.js Support in Eclipse is a small plug-in for the Eclipse IDE. It provides plug-in for Eclipse Workbench, debugging Eclipse projects, and debugging Eclipse web server projects, and it integrates nodejs and npm tooling inside Eclipse IDE and JavaFX on top of Eclipse.

This plugin provides a simple support for Python in Eclipse. It provides a mode for Python IDLE but it could be implemented to provide any other support.
For a given python code, it will try to parse it and identify lines as blocks or simple statements,
also detecting # DO NOT EDIT the following lines

This documentation shows how to use Eclipse Helios with the Emacs package.
Important: if you have used previous versions of Eclipse and you’re upgrading to Helios consider that you may have to replace many references to your old package locations.

IDE Imports is an Eclipse IDE plug-in dedicated to importing content from files and sites, so that they can be used in a Eclipse workspace. The workspace can be any project type, including any Eclipse project.

Similar to the screenshot above, for each of my books I have a folder with examples, and each folder is a different language. An example is the javascript folder for example.
I have 15 cases, for example:
JavaScript, Java, Python
Within each folder, I have a chapter folder, and each chapter folder has a folder for each example, within each example folder is my file.
So for example, in my java folder, I have java, javapackage, javabook, chapter10.
Within my chapter10 folder, I have my file, test.
How do I import my files, so that I can use them in my workspace.


This is an editor from MS.

Email: thefloyddriver@gmail.com
The Floyd Editor is a page based text editor.
To open and edit files:
File | Open…
Selected file: FloydFloydEditor*.src.sln
Developer Tools:
FloydEditor Setup:

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* ECLIPSE plugin to generate a floyd syntax tree and edit the floyd code.

Version: 2.0
File: QR.Contacts.Plugin.2.0.zip
Size: 5944 bytes
Compressed date: 2012-09-20
Floyd Contacts Search by using Email, Phone, Name, Birthdate and Address.

CallFloyd is a open-source contact manager, that is both lightweight and stable, containing an enhanced telnet-like user interface for navigation.
It will be released under the GPLv3 license with the source code available on the project site.
You can help translate CallFloyd in your own language.

Floyd Stacks, implemented in Python, provides a visual representation of Floyd hierarchical story elements.

Floyd Stacks is a simple Eclipse plug-in that provides
The visual representation of Floyd story: the elements tree
The possibility to add attributes and to sort them
The ability to group elements by adding a Stack to a Story element
The ability to add a Stack to the Scenes, which is useful to get the Scenes order.

OpenFloyd is an eclipse plugin for Floyd that helps developers building with Floyd.

It can display the floyd elements tree with the ability to access to every elemement from any place inside the tree.

-FloydDirectory provides a new file manager that displays folders of every story in the floyd editor (was previously available in the floyd directory editor)
-FloydCopyPaste is capable of coping/pasting files in/from floyd editor (was previously available in the floyd copy/paste editor)
-The floyd style is shared among every editor for compatibility
-Changed the edit font to the 15 in the key layout that you will be able to choose later in Tools>Options>Editor>Text Font
-Added a buttons tab at the bottom of the editor (was previously the floyd directories tab)
-Added a mode switcher (was previously floyd directories)
-Added a second row that shows the status of the Floyd directory editor (was previously the floyd scenes status)
-Added a status bar that show the floyd editor status: at the top is a progress bar that shows the extension of the current operation, the second bar show the status of the editor: either the scene that the editor is currently editing

What’s New in the FloydEditor?


FloydEditor has a centralized drag’n’drop of files feature. All files contained in the editor are made available to make editing through the drag’n’drop a breeze.


The editor comes with an openWYSIWYG view. This is the editor as you’d expect it. However, there are additional features such as code folding, merging, and moving that you’d see in regular WYSIWYG editors.

The UI is a WYSIWYG view, thus you can drag your code directly into a textarea.

Code Refactoring

While the editor features several best-of-the-class refactoring techniques, one of them is the ability to refactor from code to code (i.e. code into code). This is made possible by the editor’s ability to detect when you want to move a line of code into an existing function.

The editor also detects when you want to call a method inside an existing method (i.e. a code into a code refactoring).

If you use these features, FloydEditor can help you to refactor your code to avoid duplicated code.

Eclipse AST Editor

The editor’s AST (Abstract Syntax Tree) display is also a WYSIWYG editor.


The editor features the ability to code from floyd into restructuredtext files. This makes the editor much more versatile than a regular WYSIWYG editor.

Please see the description of the various editors inside the plugin for more information.

Supported files

The editor supports floyd files from both a CVS repository and the floyd project web site.

-If you’re using Floyd through the CVS repository, make sure you run the “FloydUpdate” script.
-If you’re using Floyd from the floyd project web site, you do not need to run this script.


FloydEditor comes with a few plugins that you can use to log code changes. These logging plugins enable you to

Determine the changes made to files

See what is being added and deleted from a set of files

See a list of changes as you edit files

View statistics about the logged changes

The plugin requires Java 8, as it makes use of

System Requirements:

OS: Windows 7
Processor: Core 2 Duo or better
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: 2 GB or better
DirectX: Version 9.0
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Sound: DirectX compatible sound card with a minimum of 24-bit playback
Hard Drive: 10 GB free space
Additional Notes: Mouse controls required
Processor: Quad core CPU
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: 4 GB or better


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