No, by default, the Eclipse application doesn't have native export to PDF file format. It's hard to develop a plugin to enable this function, while there are simple ways to do it. The most simple way is to install a virtual PDF printer. Download and install CutePDF Writer. Install the application and then reload Eclipse and load the code. Once the code has been set-up, go to File > Print and choose the CutePDF Writer. After a few seconds you will be prompted to save the PDF file and that's it.
How can I see in Eclipse the installed add-ons list ?
To see a full list of installed programs on your computer, you need to go to Start > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs (Windows XP) or Programs and Features (Windows 7). However, all the updates installed for the Eclipse software can be viewed by opening the software and going to Help menu > Installation details > Installed software. If you want to install additional updates, you can click on the Update button from the same page. The software will automatically search for available add-ons.
Open the application and go to Help > Check for Updates. The application will search if there is any update available. If you receive a No updates were found message it means that you have the latest version of the application.
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