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JD-Core may be used to recover lost source code and explore the source of Java runtime libraries.New features of Java 5, such as annotations, generics or type “enum”, are supported. JD-Core, JD-GUI & JD-Eclipse are open source projects released under the GPLv3 License.Eclipse undoubtedly runs fine in many operating environments beyond the reference platforms we test.However, since we do not systematically test them we cannot vouch for them.There are many different implementations of the Java Platform running atop a variety of operating systems.We focus our testing on a handful of popular combinations of operating system and Java Platform; these are our .For the complete list, see Target Environments in the 4.6 Plan.As stated above, we expect that Eclipse works fine on other current Java VM and OS versions but we cannot flag these as reference platforms without significant community support for testing them.
Appendix 1 contains a table that indicates the class library level required for each bundle.
The chief dependence is therefore on the Java Platform itself.
Portions are targeted to specific classes of operating environments, requiring their source code to only reference facilities available in particular class libraries (e.g. In general, the 4.6 release of the Eclipse Project is developed on Java SE 8 VMs.
Binary (plug-in) Compatibility: Eclipse SDK 4.6 is upwards binary-compatible with Eclipse SDK 4.5 except in those areas noted in the for a discussion of the kinds of API changes that maintain binary compatibility.
Source Compatibility: Eclipse SDK 4.6 is upwards source-compatible with Eclipse SDK 4.5 except in the areas noted in the .