I believe that running fitnesse from inside of eclipse is a good idea. When Fitnesse is using my eclipse classpath I can modify my code without having to restart fitnesse. This gives me nice, short cycles and is major efficiency boost. A good colleague of mine, Morten Udnæs, had created a small start up class for Fitnesse in Eclipse. But when upgrading to the latest stable release of fitnesse (20090709) I found that I had to modify this class a bit – Uncle Bob has done quite a few refactorings over the last couple of releases.
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