""To make things clear, PDT 2.0 is focused on creating
better usability for PHP developers that create Web applications,"
Roy Ganor project lead for Eclipse PDT, told InternetNews.com.
"One of the key additions is a new caching and indexing engine
that Ganor claims improves the overall performance of PDT. The new
engine is based on the Eclipse Dynamic Language Toolkit (DLTK).
DLTK is a dynamic language toolkit and extends Eclipse to make it
easier to build IDEs (define) for dynamic languages. Ganor
explained that by using DLTK, PDT now has similar behaviors as
other Eclipse Platform elements."
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