Updated: December 25th, 2011
As a developer, I both love and hate Eclipse for its chaotic nature, buggy and sometimes unusable interface, but at the same time incredible usefulness and ability to serve as a single tool for all of my development, be it C++, PHP, Java, Android, Perl, etc.
One of the biggest problems with Eclipse is that there is no clear upgrade path from major versions, for example 3.5->3.6. What I ended up having to do for years is back up the old release, download and unpack the new release, and then try to migrate all the settings by importing and exporting left and right. Not so pleasant.
Turns out, as of Eclipse 3.3 (though I've only tried it with Eclipse 3.5), …
Updated: May 23rd, 2009
Removes all ftprush queue items that don't download to localhost. It is useful to run if you FXP a lot of files back and forth and want to clean up the queues from time to time, but don't want to delete anything that is downloading. Feel free to make a shortcut to this script and run it any time you want.
Note that this script is only compatible with the ANSI FTPRush version. The Unicode version is not supported.
You need to have Activestate Perl installed in order to run this script. http://www.google.com/search?q=activestate+perl+download
Script source is available from SVN here.