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Problem with toolchain [message #3592] Sat, 03 May 2008 15:38 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: seb.morand.gmail.com

Hi people,

I have problem with my toolchain. No toolchain are available on my installation.
Could someone export his own toolchain and give it to me so that I'll be able to
import mine.

Button add is mysteriously unavailable.

Thanks by advance for help.

Sebastien
Re: Problem with toolchain [message #3625 is a reply to message #3592] Wed, 07 May 2008 17:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: trg.world.REMOVETHIS.std.com

Hi,

"Toolchain" means Ada compiler and tools. That is not delivered with
Hibachi. Assuming you don't have a vendor supported Ada environment (i.e.
Objectada from Aonix, or GNATPro from AdaCore), you can get a gpl'ed version
of GNAT from sourceforge (http://gnuada.sourceforge.net/) or the Libre site
( libre.adacore.com). I think the FSF ada compiler should work too
(ftp://ftp.gnu.org/), but AFAIK it hasn't been tried. I may be wrong, but I
have the impression that the sourceforge distros have more platforms
available than libre.

Once you have installed the Ada compiler/debugger, the button will be usuble
when you are pointing to the correct directory.

BTW, We hope to be able to create a distro that includes an Ada compiler,
but we won't be able to host it on the Eclipse servers, since the compiler
will be gpl'ed, which is incompatable with EPL;

Tom


"Sebastien Morand" <seb.morand@gmail.com> a
Re: Problem with toolchain [message #3658 is a reply to message #3625] Thu, 08 May 2008 03:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: seb.morand.gmail.com

Hi,

Actually I found out the problem. There is no compiler type installed.
I'm runinng FreeBSD and I tried to modify the jar file in order that FreeBSD get
the plugin working and it does except that when you add a compiler you have to
choose the compiler type (ObjectAda, Gnat, etc.) ... but this lis is empty so,
I'm unable to add a tool chain.

Is there a way to get the plugin working under FreeBSD ? I know there is no code
issue since it's java ... it's just in the declaration of the features which are
supporting only Solaris, Linux and windows ... what a pity.

Sebastien

> Hi,
>
> "Toolchain" means Ada compiler and tools. That is not delivered with
> Hibachi. Assuming you don't have a vendor supported Ada environment (i.e.
> Objectada from Aonix, or GNATPro from AdaCore), you can get a gpl'ed version
> of GNAT from sourceforge (http://gnuada.sourceforge.net/) or the Libre site
> ( libre.adacore.com). I think the FSF ada compiler should work too
> (ftp://ftp.gnu.org/), but AFAIK it hasn't been tried. I may be wrong, but I
> have the impression that the sourceforge distros have more platforms
> available than libre.
>
> Once you have installed the Ada compiler/debugger, the button will be usuble
> when you are pointing to the correct directory.
>
> BTW, We hope to be able to create a distro that includes an Ada compiler,
> but we won't be able to host it on the Eclipse servers, since the compiler
> will be gpl'ed, which is incompatable with EPL;
>
> Tom
>
>
> "Sebastien Morand" <seb.morand@gmail.com> a écrit dans le message de news:
> fvietl$s4f$1@build.eclipse.org...
> | Hi people,
> |
> | I have problem with my toolchain. No toolchain are available on my
> installation.
> | Could someone export his own toolchain and give it to me so that I'll be
> able to
> | import mine.
> |
> | Button add is mysteriously unavailable.
> |
> | Thanks by advance for help.
> |
> | Sebastien
>
>
Re: Problem with toolchain [message #3691 is a reply to message #3658] Mon, 12 May 2008 18:20 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: trg.world.REMOVETHIS.std.com

You might be able to use the Linux binary and choose the GNAT toolchain. I'm
not familar with FreeBSD, so I don't know the directory structure of the Ada
installation, but perhaps you may have to add some symbolic links if the
directory structure/executable names are different from Linux gnat
installation.

-Tom

"Sebastien Morand" <seb.morand@gmail.com> a
Re: Problem with toolchain [message #565582 is a reply to message #3592] Wed, 07 May 2008 17:46 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: trg.world.REMOVETHIS.std.com

Hi,

"Toolchain" means Ada compiler and tools. That is not delivered with
Hibachi. Assuming you don't have a vendor supported Ada environment (i.e.
Objectada from Aonix, or GNATPro from AdaCore), you can get a gpl'ed version
of GNAT from sourceforge (http://gnuada.sourceforge.net/) or the Libre site
( libre.adacore.com). I think the FSF ada compiler should work too
(ftp://ftp.gnu.org/), but AFAIK it hasn't been tried. I may be wrong, but I
have the impression that the sourceforge distros have more platforms
available than libre.

Once you have installed the Ada compiler/debugger, the button will be usuble
when you are pointing to the correct directory.

BTW, We hope to be able to create a distro that includes an Ada compiler,
but we won't be able to host it on the Eclipse servers, since the compiler
will be gpl'ed, which is incompatable with EPL;

Tom


"Sebastien Morand" <seb.morand@gmail.com> a
Re: Problem with toolchain [message #565601 is a reply to message #3625] Thu, 08 May 2008 03:33 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: seb.morand.gmail.com

Hi,

Actually I found out the problem. There is no compiler type installed.
I'm runinng FreeBSD and I tried to modify the jar file in order that FreeBSD get
the plugin working and it does except that when you add a compiler you have to
choose the compiler type (ObjectAda, Gnat, etc.) ... but this lis is empty so,
I'm unable to add a tool chain.

Is there a way to get the plugin working under FreeBSD ? I know there is no code
issue since it's java ... it's just in the declaration of the features which are
supporting only Solaris, Linux and windows ... what a pity.

Sebastien

> Hi,
>
> "Toolchain" means Ada compiler and tools. That is not delivered with
> Hibachi. Assuming you don't have a vendor supported Ada environment (i.e.
> Objectada from Aonix, or GNATPro from AdaCore), you can get a gpl'ed version
> of GNAT from sourceforge (http://gnuada.sourceforge.net/) or the Libre site
> ( libre.adacore.com). I think the FSF ada compiler should work too
> (ftp://ftp.gnu.org/), but AFAIK it hasn't been tried. I may be wrong, but I
> have the impression that the sourceforge distros have more platforms
> available than libre.
>
> Once you have installed the Ada compiler/debugger, the button will be usuble
> when you are pointing to the correct directory.
>
> BTW, We hope to be able to create a distro that includes an Ada compiler,
> but we won't be able to host it on the Eclipse servers, since the compiler
> will be gpl'ed, which is incompatable with EPL;
>
> Tom
>
>
> "Sebastien Morand" <seb.morand@gmail.com> a écrit dans le message de news:
> fvietl$s4f$1@build.eclipse.org...
> | Hi people,
> |
> | I have problem with my toolchain. No toolchain are available on my
> installation.
> | Could someone export his own toolchain and give it to me so that I'll be
> able to
> | import mine.
> |
> | Button add is mysteriously unavailable.
> |
> | Thanks by advance for help.
> |
> | Sebastien
>
>
Re: Problem with toolchain [message #565630 is a reply to message #3658] Mon, 12 May 2008 18:20 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: trg.world.REMOVETHIS.std.com

You might be able to use the Linux binary and choose the GNAT toolchain. I'm
not familar with FreeBSD, so I don't know the directory structure of the Ada
installation, but perhaps you may have to add some symbolic links if the
directory structure/executable names are different from Linux gnat
installation.

-Tom

"Sebastien Morand" <seb.morand@gmail.com> a
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