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how to list installed plugin on eclipse 3.0?

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how can I list installed plugins on eclipse 3.0?
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Gibu George earned 500 total points
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One way is to go to the Help-->about screen there you can get the installed plugins and its details else you can go to Help-->Software Updates-->mange Configuration.
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thanks george, can I get the same plugin information from the command-line of the OS? In my case, I'm using linux. If so, how can I accomplish this?
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I don't think that is possible.
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thanks again georage... is there a way tell a plugin dependecies of other plugins?
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That is not listed, any where in eclipse as far as I know. There might be a way to get the details of the plugin programatically. But I am not sure.
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