|Re: CDT + JDT? [message #905562 is a reply to message #557138]
||Thu, 30 August 2012 16:33
| amigabill Missing name
Registered: August 2012
I was unable to do it as described above. I'm trying to do this with Juno.|
I went to help-> install new software and added
This did let me check two lines of CDT boxes (Main features and Optional features) but I get an error that some dependency is missing so it won't actually install.
Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found.
Software being installed: C/C++ Remote Launch 220.127.116.11206111645 (org.eclipse.cdt.launch.remote.feature.group 18.104.22.168206111645)
Missing requirement: C/C++ Remote Debug Launcher 22.214.171.124206111645 (org.eclipse.cdt.launch.remote 126.96.36.199206111645) requires 'bundle org.eclipse.rse.ui [3.0.0,4.0.0)' but it could not be found
Cannot satisfy dependency:
From: C/C++ Remote Launch 188.8.131.52206111645 (org.eclipse.cdt.launch.remote.feature.group 184.108.40.206206111645)
To: org.eclipse.cdt.launch.remote [220.127.116.11206111645]
How do I resolve that?
I'd also like to add the RCP/RAP package for Eclipse Plugins, as well as whatever else sounds good. But I think it's silly to have N independent full installs of Eclipse to use all N IDEs.
Also, for the Java newbie, what's the real difference between Java and JavaEE IDE? If I get the JavaEE one, do I effectively have the "normal Java" JDT as well?
I think it would be nice if Eclipse could tell that I installed the CDT distribution on top of the Java distribution and realize that it now just is both. And then if I install RCP/RAP on top of that combination then it realizes that it now just is all three. And then...
Thank you for your help!
P.S. Why does my Java JDT only install open up first time with a C/C++ button toward the top-right area, just left of "Resource"? Weird...
[Updated on: Thu, 30 August 2012 16:49]
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