Eclipse overview

Eclipse is an Programming tool. You can launch it on Windows, Mac, and Linux. Eclipse for Windows, Mac, and Linux can be found on official sources.

Eclipse supported file formats include .BUILDPATH and other formats of similar type. Other Eclipse supported file formats besides .BUILDPATH are .C, .CPP, .CSS, .GROOVY, .H, .HPP, .HTML, .JAVA, .JS, .JSP, .MK, .PHP, .PL, .PROPERTIES, .PY, .RB, .XML, .ALX, .AP_, .APPLET, .BSH, .CLASS, .CXX, .DITA, .DITAMAP, .EXL, .FXML, .GVY, .HXX, .IPP, .J, .JAR, .JAV, .JSPF, .NSH, .NSI, .PHP3, .SH, .SVN-BASE, .SYM, .TLD, .UML, .UMLCLASS, .XMI.

There are two ways of opening .BUILDPATH files with Eclipse:

  1. You can double-click on .BUILDPATH file (or any other supported file) with left click mouse button. If you have installed Eclipse on your Windows or Mac, the file will open successfully.
  2. You can open .BUILDPATH file from the Eclipse menu. The menu button can be found on Eclipse dashboard.
More information on Eclipse latest version, its price, system requirements for different platforms can be found on Eclipse official page. If you’re looking for .BUILDPATH file editor/reader free download, please don’t try to download Eclipse torrent, as it may cause damage to your device. To decide whether you need this .BUILDPATH file launcher, we advise you to download an Eclipse frее trial version, if there is one on its official page. Find Eclipse download link on our site to be redirected to its official web page.

More info:

This link follow to webpage, where you will find links to official sources of Eclipse. If you are Windows, Mac, Linux user, then just click to button below and go to the page with link. Please note that this app may ask for permissions when installed.