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  1.    #1  
    The link to download and install Eclipse 3.5.2, I keep getting an 404 error
    I went to this page and these are my options. I'm pretty sure it's the Javascript that I need, just like someone to confirm please.
    Eclipse IDE for Java Developers, 99 MB
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    Windows 64 Bit .Eclipse IDE for JavaScript Web Developers, 108 MB
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    Windows 64 Bit .Eclipse Modeling Tools (includes Incubating components), 249 MB
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    Windows 64 Bit .Pulsar for Mobile Developers, 122 MB
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    Windows 64 Bit .Eclipse IDE for Java and Report Developers, 241 MB
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    Windows 64 Bit .Eclipse for RCP and RAP Developers, 188 MB
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    Windows 64 Bit .Eclipse SOA Platform for Java and SOA Developers (includes Incubating components), 188 MB
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    Windows 64 Bit ..Hint:
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  2. #2  
    I've heard good things about using Komodo instead of Eclipse. That's what I've been playing around with.

    Komodo:
    Komodo - WebOS Internals

    Komodo WebOS Add-On:
    Komodo WebOS Add-on Install - WebOS Internals

    Note: The add-on does not work with Komodo 6.x. You need to google for the version that is compatible.
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    I got to the point where you Drag-and-drop the .xpi into Komodo, to the blank space right of Help on the menu bar, and all of a sudden that whole window went into some code, not sure what happened there. I've been able to reverse it but some reason can't get the webOS add-on installed.
  4. #4  
    Quote Originally Posted by sledge007 View Post
    I got to the point where you Drag-and-drop the .xpi into Komodo, to the blank space right of Help on the menu bar, and all of a sudden that whole window went into some code, not sure what happened there. I've been able to reverse it but some reason can't get the webOS add-on installed.
    Hmm. When I did that, a window popped up asking it I wanted to install the add-on. Maybe try dragging it to a different spot? Lol
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    Doesn't matter where I drag it same result, I deleted the add-on and redownloaded it same result..scratchin my head here.

    EDIT -- it works better after you unzip it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sledge007 View Post
    Doesn't matter where I drag it same result, I deleted the add-on and redownloaded it same result..scratchin my head here.

    EDIT -- it works better after you unzip it.
    Yea you need to unzip it first. The file you drag to Komodo is inside the zip you downloaded
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