I have the same problem. I really like to work with Eclipse and I would like to use it not only as a code editor but also to build my projects and even debug them.
I have to use Green Hills compiler but I don't know how to integrate it to Eclipse.
I am also very interested in this feature. Of course I can write a script that parses "gpj" files and get all information to create relevant project(s). But I was hoping that there is an existing solution for it. I would appreciate any comments/suggestions on this topic.
For which target are you using the GHS Compiler and which version? I think there won't be an easy way to integrate existing gpj files in eclipse (maybe you can call the GHS tools instead oft make).
An alternative would be not using the gpj files and use make or (N)Ant instead.
I am already using GHS tools for building from eclipse. But currently my project is not configured correctly and as a result, indexing / code navigation is not as good as it could be. I am planning to parse all relevant gpj files and get a list of source files, include paths and symbols. Once I have this information, I will create one project with all this information. I guess a more accurate solution would be to create project per gpj file, but it seems to me as an overkill. All I want is good indexing, code navigation, etc. What do you think? Do you have other idea? Is there an existing solution like gpj to eclipse converter?