Editors, State, and steb 0.2.0
It seems that some Eclipse editors just don’t like being instantiated out of the blue. Some editors store global state and other things in a project and expect to get access to that project. So then steb goes to load an editor and … fizzle, the editor has some kind of error. To get around this problem I added the ability to override various editors installed in your Eclipse instance. Checked editors will not be loaded and instead, the default system (text) editor will be loaded.