I am new to eclipse. I hails from automotive industry and want to use eclipse in my domain of embedded system and software development. i downloaded Eclipse indigo IDE and start playing with it but than i came to know about IWG dedicated for automotive domain which work with Juno IDE.
i am not sure if i need to uninstall Indigo and install Juno again? Also please help me from where i can get some help file on how to work on Juno
Are you on Windows? Eclipse isn't installed with an installer, so
you can unpackage multiple different Eclipse's do different file
system locations and try out the Automotive package.<br> http://wiki.eclipse.org/Auto_IWG_WP1
[Updated on: Mon, 23 July 2012 13:38] by Moderator
I don't know much about it. If there's no information on the wiki
pages, I'm not sure there's anything else. They have a mailing list on
which you might ask this question. In the end, it's just another
Eclipse package with a bunch of things pre-installed, e.g., CDT for
C/C++ development, and a bunch of the modeling tools. With what
specifically are you wanting to experiment?
On 27/07/2012 1:19 AM, nabal pandey wrote:
> Thanks Ed.. yes i am using Windows based operating system..
> One more question is it possible to locate some file for woking in
> Automotive package?