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Eclipse plugin development

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Hi,

We are planning to develop a plugin for our project but we have basic java knowledge. Can anyone guide what we should learn(JDK, etc or any other) and if you can give us any example of plugin development?

Please guide to start!

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As there are many things that an Eclipse plugin may do, it would help us to provide better guidance if you were able to describe a little about what this plugin will do?
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I want to develop a plugin which can compute elapsed time.. for example: when I push one button the timer starts and when I push button again timer should stop and show elapsed time. Please guide.

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