Friday, February 11, 2011

Processing in Eclipse

After having to set up a Processing project in Eclipse after a long break from anything related to it, I decided to capture my notes to refer to later. I added it as a blog post to our lab's new website in hope it could help others, too.

A lot of us in the lab use Processing for a variety of things, such as prototyping game ideas.  While the little IDE Processing comes with is ideal for those just getting started with programming, it's a bit too simplistic for many of us.  Luckily, it's possible to use all the Processing library has to offer in a regular Java project.  Here are my notes on how I set up Eclipse to work with Processing and SVN.
 You can read the rest here.

Never heard of Processing?  I highly recommend you check it out! As mentioned above, the built-in editor is quite ideal for beginning programmers.  If you've ever wanted to create something beautiful with code but didn't know how, download Processing and try some of the tutorials.  I bet you'll be surprised with what you can do.


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