Yes and no. It works under Eclipse 3.3 but you need Eclipse
3.2 to install the plugin.
1. Download and extract Eclipse 3.2 in a temporary folder (eg
2. Run the Flex installer and point them to the Eclipse 3.2
3. After successfull installation, start Eclipse 3.2 once and
4. Copy ALL directorys and files which start with
com.adobe.flexbuilder from the plugins AND features directory of
Eclipse 3.2 to the plugins and feature directory of Eclipse 3.3
5. Start Eclipse 3.3 and now you have the Flex plugin there.
6. Now you can delete Eclipse 3.2 from your filesystem