Unfuddle Mylyn Connector

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Many of you have written to us requesting integration with Mylyn for Eclipse. Mylyn is an Eclipse interface that, among other things, allows you to manipulate tickets for your projects without ever having to leave your IDE.

Today, we are proud to release the Unfuddle Mylyn Connector, giving you access to all of your Unfuddle tickets right from within your favorite editor. The connector was made possible through the efforts of one of our newest Unfuddlers, Andronic Trandafir. Thanks Andronic!

The Unfuddle Mylyn Connector is compatible with Mylyn 3.0, meaning it is available in most Eclipse-based editors.

We hope that you enjoy the new connector. Please let us know what you think!

  1. January 15, 2010 Abhimanyu Grover

    Thats great news!!! I've been waiting for this. Thank you very much.

  2. January 15, 2010 Andrei Z

    Very nice feature! Hope to see more integration plugins in the future. Congrats Trandafir, keep up the good work!

  3. January 15, 2010 Nick H

    That is awesome! Is it too much to ask for some Netbeans love next :)

  4. January 15, 2010 Swanand

    Nice! I have one reason to switch back to Eclipse from Netbeans.

  5. January 15, 2010 Jason Porter

    Cool, now for IntelliJ?

  6. January 15, 2010 mick

    this seriously rocks! thank you so much!

  7. January 16, 2010 Lavon

    awesome guys! I am about to start building an air app that will utilize Unfuddle and extend it into an Agile workflow with stories and cards, and backlogs, and burndown charts, and possibly tie it into a git editor!

  8. January 18, 2010 Sebbe

    This is the best ever! Thank you so much!

  9. January 18, 2010 ecs

    Netbeans support? :D

  10. January 19, 2010 Husein Choroomi

    Awesome! +1 for IntelliJ/RubyMine!

  11. January 19, 2010 Satya

    Cool. Good news for all Eclipse users. Would certainly switch to Eclipse ASAP. Miss you Net-Beans....

    BTW, any such plugin-support for Net-Beans?

  12. January 19, 2010 Chris Charlton

    Thank you! I was looking at this integration with Mylyn. My Eclipse IDE thanks you.

  13. January 20, 2010 Abdul Qabiz

    Awesome! I am gonna give it a try.



  14. January 20, 2010 Brian Youngblood

    Great to see this plugin. I recently switched to Netbeans. Any chance that's in the works?

  15. January 20, 2010 HiQuLABS

    Would this work on Intellij IDEA?

  16. January 22, 2010 Jannie Theunissen

    One more for Netbeans puhleeeze. That would be so cool.

  17. January 22, 2010 Abdul Qabiz

    I couldn't make it work in existing Eclipse 3.5 Carbon installation on OSX.

    I downloaded latest version of Eclipse 3.5, it didn't work there too. I downloaded Eclipse 3.5 Classic via Pulse, installed Mylyn 3.3 (all extensions, features), even then Unfuddle Mylyn connector is not showing in "New Repository" Wizard.

    I have spent last 24 hours doing all that and really tired.

    How to debug or know what's going on? Logs don't show me anything wrong, Eclipse configuration (via About Eclipse) shows me Unfuddle Mylyn (both core, ui - features) as installed.

    I am on OSX (10.5.8), using Eclipse 3.5.1 (Galileo SR1) Carbon (not Cocoa). JFYI! I even tried it on Cocoa, it didn't work.

    I would appreciate any help, really need this to run.



  18. January 22, 2010 Jesse

    This rocks!

  19. January 25, 2010 Andronic Trandafir


    Please make sure you are using the latest version of JRE (1.6). If you still experience difficulties, contact us at support@unfuddle.com.

  20. January 25, 2010 Rob

    +1 for netbeans support :)

  21. January 25, 2010 David Laker

    atleast +1 for netbeans support!

  22. February 2, 2010 Hendy Irawan

    Thank you Unfuddle. :-)

    I blogged my experiences here:


  23. February 2, 2010 Larry

    +1 for netbeans

  24. February 4, 2010 José A. Puche

    +1 for Netbeans

  25. February 4, 2010 nikola

    +1 for Netbeans

  26. February 10, 2010 Piyush

    + 1 for Netbeans .. -10 for ECLIPSE .. not better than Netbeans ..

  27. February 10, 2010 Piyush

    + 1 for Netbeans .. -10 for ECLIPSE .. not better than Netbeans ..

  28. February 11, 2010 Anton S. Kraievoy

    +1 for IntelliJ Idea :)