VMware Studio Documentation
VMware Studio is an easy-to-use virtual appliance that helps you transform software applications running on Linux or Windows into virtual machines that you can deliver as quick-starting virtual appliances. VMware Studio software is free of charge.
VMware Studio 2.6
Released 8 March 2012 | Download Software
VMware Studio 2.6 Release Notes – New features, known issues
VMware Studio includes a Web browser interface that controls an extensive build system, simplifying the development of virtual appliances and vApps (multi-VM appliances combined as a unit for easy management). VMware Studio provides an Eclipse plug-in so you can use the same integrated development environment for programming your applications as for packaging components and running the Web browser interface. VMware Studio also has a command-line interface to assist you with automated builds. Linux-based virtual appliances can be patched from an optional update repository. Windows-based virtual appliances can be configured with Sysprep and boot scripts.
VMware Studio Plugin for Eclipse
See these instructions for Installing the Eclipse Plugin.
VMware Studio 2.5
Released 14 April 2011 | Download Software
VMware Studio 2.5 Release Notes – New features, known issues
VMware Studio 2.6 superseded VMware Studio 2.5 in March 2012.
VMware Studio 2.1
Released 13 July 2010 | Download Software
VMware Studio 2.1 Release Notes – New features, known issues
VMware Studio 2.5 superseded VMware Studio 2.1 in April 2011.
VMware Studio 2.0
Released 31 August 2009 | Download Software
VMware Studio 2.0 Release Notes – New features, known issues
VMware Studio 2.1 superceded VMware Studio 2.0 in July 2010.
VMware Studio 1.0
Released 5 September 2008.
VMware Studio 1.0 was deprecated with the release of VMware Studio 2.1.