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-<h2>Mylyn Overview</h2>
-<p>Mylyn documentation is available online at: <b>
-<a href=""></a>
-<p>The New &amp; Noteworthy for Mylyn 2.3 is at: <b>
-<a href=""></a> </b> </p>
-<p>Mylyn is a task-focused UI for Eclipse that makes working with very large
-workspaces as easy as working with small ones. Mylyn extends Eclipse with rich
-facilities for keeping track of the tasks that you work and collaborate on. A
-task is defined as any unit of work that you want to recall or share with
-others, such as a bug reported by a user or a note to yourself about improving a
-feature. You can store tasks locally in your workspace, or they can come from
-one or more task repositories. To connect to a task repository, for example a
-bug tracker such as Bugzilla, you must have a connector that supports that
-repository. </p>
-<p>Once your tasks are integrated, Mylyn monitors your work activity
-on those tasks to identify information relevant to the task-at-hand.
-System artifacts such as files, types, methods, and fields get assigned
-a degree-of-interest based on how recently and frequently you interact
-with them. This results in uninteresting elements being filtered from
-view within Eclipse, allowing you to focus on on what is important. From
-this, Mylyn creates a task context, which is the set of all artifacts
-related to your task. These can include methods you have edited, APIs
-you have referred to, and documents you have browsed. Mylyn uses this
-task context to focus the Eclipse UI on interesting information, hide
-what's uninteresting, and automatically find what's related. Having the
-information you need to get your work done at your fingertips improves
-your productivity by reducing the time you spend searching, scrolling,
-and navigating. By making task context explicit, Mylyn also facilitates
-multitasking, planning, reusing past efforts, and sharing expertise.</p>
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