https://www.eclipse.org/che/. Next-generation Eclipse IDE. Open source workspace server and cloud IDE.
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Che can be installed on any OS that supports Java 1.8 - desktop, server or cloud, and Maven 3.3.1. It has been tested on Ubuntu, Linux, MacOS and Windows.
Follow the step by step guide.
Che is open sourced under the Eclipse Public License 1.0.
- Docker 1.8+
- Maven 3.3.1+
- Java 1.8
git clone https://github.com/eclipse/che.git
If master is unstable, checkout the latest tagged version.
Build and Run
cd che/assembly mvn clean install # A new assembly is placed in: cd che/assembly/assembly-main/target/eclipse-che-<version>/eclipse-che-<version> # Executable files are: bin/che.sh bin/che.bat
Che will be available at
/assembly pulls already-built libraries for
/dashboard from our Nexus repository.
To build core:
# Install maven-patch-plugin as an additional dependency. cd che/core # Windows: maven-patch-plugin does not work, so skip tests when building: # See: https://maven.apache.org/plugins/maven-patch-plugin/faq.html#Why_doesnt_this_work_on_Windows mvn -DskipTests=true -Dfindbugs.skip=true -Dskip-validate-sources clean install
To build plugins:
cd che/plugins mvn clean install
To build dashboard:
# You need NPM, Bower, and Gulp intsalled. # See setup in /dashboard cd che/dashboard mvn clean install
Run Che as a Server
If you want to run Che as a server where non-localhost clients connect, there are additional flags that you may need to configure. Please see the usage documentation.
These repositories are for the core project hosted at
/che /che/assembly # Generates binary assemblies of Che /che/assembly/assembly-main # Final packaging phase /che/assembly/assembly-ide-war # Creates the IDE.war from plug-ins & core /che/assembly/assembly-machine-war # Creates the agent WAR from plug-ins & core /che/assembly/assembly-machine-server # Creates the agent server that goes into ws /che/core # Platform APIs /che/dashboard # AngularJS app for managing Che /che/plugins # IDE & agent plug-ins /che-lib # Forked dependencies that require mods /che-lib/swagger /che-lib/terminal /che-lib/websocket /che-lib/pty /che-lib/che-tomcat8-slf4j-logback # /che and /che-lib depend upon /che-dependencies /che-dependencies # Maven dependencies used by che /che-dev # Code style and license header # /che-dependencies and /che-dev depend upon /che-parent /che-parent # Maven plugins and profiles
These are external repositories that provide additional tools for Eclipse Che.
http://github.com/codenvy/che-installer # Creates the Windows and JAR installer packages http://github.com/codenvy/che-tutorials # SDK examples and tutorials (needs updating) http://github.com/che-samples # GitHub organization with sample repos used in Che http://git.eclipse.org/c/www.eclipse.org/che.git # The content for eclipse.org/che Web site http://github.com/codenvy/cli # Experimental CLI for managing Che workspaces on the CLI