|Re: Eclipse - Green Hills Integration [message #1354450 is a reply to message #673754]
||Wed, 14 May 2014 09:03
| Derek Hoyle
Registered: May 2014
Within the Green Hills installation is a folder called "eclipse" (e.g. C:\ghs\comp_201355\eclipse). This contains the plug-in. To install it into Eclipse:|
Select Help|Install New Software...
Press "Add..." to add the GHS folder to the list of available software sites.
Choose the "Local" option to point to "C:\ghs\comp_201355\eclipse", or wherever it is on your installation. Name it whatever you like.
Select the site from the "Work with:" drop list and it should reveal "Green Hills MULTI for Eclipse"
Here's the catch - only install the compiler target that you need. It only appears to allow one target at a time. Expand the "Green Hills MULTI for Eclipse" line, and pick the one you need today!
If you need to switch targets, uninstall the plug-in and re-install using the new target.
Apart from the target selection issue, this works great. Note that it does not use GHS projects - it only integrates the GHS compiler into Eclipse projects.
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