Sep 28, 2007 Eclipse

TM 2.0.1: Can a Terminal be too fast?

By Martin Oberhuber

The Eclipse DSDP Target Management project just released its 2.0.1 service release with Europa SR1.

This release includes more than 150 bug fixes for seamless editing of remote files over SSH, FTP or other protocols, which many users have learned to like particularly for editing remote web servers.

new is that non-ASCII Encodings for file and path names in foreign
languages now work properly; the Eclipse Filesystem (EFS) provider got
a lot more stable, especially over FTP; and, in my opinion the pearl of
this release, the Terminal got lightning fast (up to 1000 times faster on Windows, thanks to Michael Scharf’s new implementation).

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