|Re: eclipse Galileo with CDT. [message #485275 is a reply to message #485270]
||Fri, 11 September 2009 07:18
Registered: July 2009
On 11/09/2009 06:55, vin_pll wrote:|
> Please Experts,
> i have two questions please answer them as i am not getting any answer
> from any where its too frustrating , i am not getting even a single
> answer correct please tell me correctly,
> question 1)
> As i heard eclipse is a open source i want to download the source code
> of it which i am not getting i am tried visiting all the sites of
> eclipse.org and tried to get the source through svn
> i used, even though i am not a committer
> svn co
> svn+ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/svnroot/technology/som e.repository
> which the command is failing and i am not getting a right command for
> the svn can you please in step wise tell me how to download the source .
If you really are a beginner, why do you want the source? Still, if you
want it, download "Eclipse Classic" - this includes source.
If you want CDT source too, use the CDT update site to install CDT SDK
> i want to integrate the cdt6.0 with galileo(eclipse 3.5) the tutorail
> are not showing any useful info and also in most of the tutorial they
> say to directly connecting through update and install which i dont want
> to use
Its already done for you. Just download "Eclipse IDE for C/C++ Developers"
This is a ready to go CDT/Eclipse installation. It DOES NOT include a
compiler or debugger, which you will need to get from elsewhere.
> please answer these two question thinking i am a very beginner please
> answer them.
|Re: eclipse Galileo with CDT. [message #485530 is a reply to message #485511]
||Sat, 12 September 2009 15:36
Registered: July 2009
On 12/09/2009 11:57, vin_pll wrote:|
> Thank you Derek ,
> For your Nice reply ,
> i got the cdt window with that,
> but where are the source files you mean to unjar the jar files that
> comes with set up or i am not getting the core .java files which i
> require ,
> can you please tell me .
Are you trying to build the source, or do you just want to view them? In
my experience, if you are developing plugins for CDT you don't need to
build them you just need to read them.
If this is what you want to do, I suggest you download
Eclipse for RCP/Plugin-in Developers
and then, using the update mechanism, to install the CDT SDK
But, as I said, if you are beginner, reading and understanding even a
fraction of the CDT sources is a very big job.
|Re: eclipse Galileo with CDT. [message #485613 is a reply to message #485599]
||Mon, 14 September 2009 07:00
Registered: July 2009
On 14/09/2009 05:32, vin_pll wrote:|
> Really Thanks for your reply derek,
> I want to build the cdt with there source code in,
> because i want to know the flow of it , so i want the source code of the
> cdt and want to build them in LINUX and Windows,
> As i am downloading the any set ups they contain only the jar files
> thats what i am not able to understand as the eclipse is a open source ,
> whether i need to unjar the jar files in order to view there source code.
> thanks in advance.
You don't need to build cdt to do that. If you do what I said, you get
all the source code and you can debug with it (set breakpoints, single
step etc) although you can't change it. Also, Eclipse understands how to
find the source, so there is no need to unzip jars.
If you really really want to build the source, then start reading the
developers FAQ at:
However, unless you are quite expert with Eclipse and Java I think you
are in for a bit of a steep learning curve. And the questions you are
asking indicate that you are not an expert...
|Re: eclipse Galileo with CDT. [message #493605 is a reply to message #484743]
||Tue, 27 October 2009 08:24
| Jesse mok
Registered: October 2009
Do not try to compile cdt source code,that's not a good idea.|
I faced the same problem too,and I fixed it.The reason is you do not install cdt plugins correctly!
There are 3 ways to install plugins in eclipse3.5.
(1)unzip the plugin file to eclipse directory.
(2)using link file
(3)using eclipse plugin install tool.
I guess you used the first one to install cdt plugin.why not try the third as following:
1. delete your not work well eclipse,and unzip it again.
2. run eclipse.exe,choose menu Help->Install New Software->Add
press Archive and select cdt-master-6.0.0.zip(the cdt plugin file you download)
type a name what you want,then press ok.
3. Select all the plugins,press next,next....to finish
4. Restart eclipse.
If you insist using link file to install eclipse plugins,there also have solution.
It's a good way to manage your plugins,after all.I suppose you installed eclipse3.5 in D:\program files\eclipse
2.Create cdt.link in "D:\Program Files\eclipse\links"
The content of cdt.link:path=D:/Program Files/eclipse/myplugins/cdt
3.Unzip cdt-master-6.0.0.zip to "D:\Program Files\eclipse\myplugins\cdt\eclipse"
4.In "D:\Program Files\eclipse\myplugins\cdt\eclipse\plugins" directory,you can find the file
unzip it as a folder in the current directory.that means after you unzip it,there is a new folder name
6.Run eclipse in command line:
D:\Program Files\eclipse>eclipse -clean
If you can't find the cdt plugin,do it again.
The same, if you just want to install CDT by unzip it to eclipse directory,you only need to unzip org.eclipse.cdt.core.win32_22.214.171.124906161748.jar and delete it!
[Updated on: Tue, 27 October 2009 08:27]
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