|Extending PDT [message #546591]
||Tue, 13 July 2010 09:47
| Josip Maras
Registered: July 2009
Does anybody know where can i get a version of Eclipse that is perpared for PDT development (so that i can just check out latest PDT code and run it as an Eclipse application)? Because now, i'm always getting missing plugins, and if i manage to include everyting, even then it's not working (when i run it as an eclipse application, i don't get any of the PDT features)
Basically i would like to study the source code of PDT while it is executing, and as far as i know i can only do that if can run PDT as a plugin.
|Re: Extending PDT [message #546946 is a reply to message #546807]
||Wed, 14 July 2010 13:09
Originally posted by: dkel50.hotremovemail.com|
One quick way to get up and running.
1. Download Classic Eclipse
2. Install PDT SDK using the install New Software and select the Helios Site
3. Checkout the php plugins from HEAD using CVS.
You should then not have any red crosses next to any of the projects
(except maybe in org.eclipse.php.ui but you can fix those easily be
commenting out the entries).
Then you should be able to launch a new eclipse application using the
Debug Configuration panel as per normal.
That was how I got up and running quickly.
On 14/07/2010 10:47, Josip Maras wrote:
> Hi Roy,
> Thanks for the response!
> I've searched long but i haven't found any "how to become a contributor"
> instructions in a sense how to check out and run PDT as plugin from a
> normal Eclipse environment (so that i can debug and track the PDT code)
> I've only managed to find:
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/PDT_Development_Environment#Manual_C heckout
> And i have already checked out the source code - i can browse it, put
> when I right click on the org.eclipse.pdt and select "Run As Eclipse
> Application" i get none of the pdt features (I'm using Eclipse Helios as
> the development environment).
> Any ideas?
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