However, the Eclipse SDK tools will permit technical professionals who are working in English to build Hebrew/Arabic end user Java programs which are themselves not based on the Eclipse SDK.
The BIDI support in the Eclipse SDK allows a Java programmer to work with BIDI strings, code comments, etc.
For Win32: Windows 98, ME, NT, 2000, and Server 2003; SWT HTML viewer requires Internet Explorer 5 (or higher).
For GTK on other Linux systems: version 2.2.1 of the GTK widget toolkit and associated libraries (GLib, Pango); SWT HTML viewer requires Mozilla 1.4GTK2.
Although not a reference platform, Eclipse SDK 3.2.2 has been tested and works well on Microsoft Windows Vista.
Interoperability with Previous Releases In order to remain current, each Eclipse release targets reasonably current operating environments.
API Contract Compatibility: Eclipse SDK 3.2 is upwards contract-compatible with Eclipse SDK 3.1 except in those areas noted in the .
Programs that use affected APIs and extension points will need to be ported to Eclipse SDK 3.2 APIs. There is no guarantee that compliance with Eclipse SDK 3.2 APIs would ensure compliance with Eclipse SDK 3.1 APIs.
Eclipse 3.2 on Windows or Linux can be used to cross-develop QNX applications.
(Eclipse 3.2 is unavailable on QNX because there is currently no 1.4 J2SE for QNX.) The Eclipse Platform is designed as the basis for internationalized products.