Eclipse is an open source, Java-based extensible development platform. It is also the most commonly used integrated development environment (IDE) when developing Java projects. It provides rich plug-in support. Now I will introduce several commonly used plug-ins. Features Overview:

  • MyBatipse : Provide content prompts and verification functions when editing MyBatis related files;
  • Handy : Simple and efficient editor, providing [desktop client][1] and [offline Chrome App][2], supporting mobile web;
  • Deep integration : support for selecting notebooks and adding tags, support for jump editing from Evernote, and easy management.

MyBatipse use

MyBatipse can be installed through the Eclipse Marketplace. - Wikipedia

As you are reading this document, it uses simple symbols to identify different headings, to make certain text bold or italic , to create a link or a footnote [^demo]. Several advanced functions are listed below. For more syntax, please click to Cmd + /view the help.

code block

def somefunc(param1='', param2=0):
    '''A docstring'''
    if param1 > param2: # interesting
        print 'Greater'
    return (param2 - param1 + 1) or None
class SomeClass:
>>> message = '''interpreter
... prompt'''


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Use the - [ ]and - [x]syntax to create checkboxes, implement todo-list and other functions. E.g:

  • [x] completed
  • [ ] TODO 1
  • [ ] TODO 2

Note: At present, the support is not complete. Checking the checkbox in Evernote is invalid and cannot be synchronized. Therefore, the original Markdown text must be modified in Markdown to take effect. It will be fully supported in the next version.

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