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CodeTogether is compatible with Eclipse, VS Code, and IntelliJ-based IDEs.
Requires: Eclipse 4.6 (Neon) or higher Update Site: https://www.codetogether.com/updates/ci/
Getting Started in Eclipse
With CodeTogether added to Eclipse, you’re ready to host pair programming sessions from the CodeTogether view, or simply select text in an editor and click the Start link in the annotation.
See the CodeTogether for Eclipse Installation Guide for details.
Requires: VS Code 1.44 or higher
Also available on the Marketplace
Getting Started in VS Code
After you download CodeTogether, add the extension to VS Code. Start hosting sessions from the CodeTogether view, or press
Ctrl/Cmd+Shift+P and select CodeTogether: Start Sharing.
Requires: IntelliJ-based IDE 2019.1 or higher
⚠ Early Release Version
Getting Started in IntelliJ-Based IDEs
After you download CodeTogether, add the plugin to your IntelliJ IDE. Start hosting sessions from the CodeTogether view, or press
Ctrl+Shift+A and select CodeTogether: Start Sharing.
See the CodeTogether for JetBrains IDEs Installation Guide for details.
⚠ JetBrains Early Release Version
By downloading this version, you expressly acknowledge that this version of the product has not been fully verified and may not work as intended. We recommended that you track changes in source code with a version-control system, such as Git, to avoid any unexpected loss should an inconsistency occur.