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Processing in Eclipse

Processing is great as a library but the development environment leaves a bit to be desired. Features like auto-complete, real-time error detection as you type, a fully featured debugger and the like can save immense amounts of time and frustration. For this, the free, open-source Eclipse can come to the rescue. With a bit of setup, you can be on your way to the best of both worlds in no time.



  • Auto-complete
  • Error detection
  • Error correction


  • Debug Perspective
  • Breakpoint
  • Step Into/Over


  • FatJar
  • HTML Example
  • Java Version Settings


  • Repository Info
  • Share Project
  • Download Project
  • Commit (Save) / Update (Load)


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