|Re: Automatically add comment [message #662820 is a reply to message #662751]
||Fri, 01 April 2011 06:07
| Axel Mueller
Registered: July 2009
Put the cursor above a function and enter|
when you hit return Eclipse will fill in the doxygen comments.
* @param Frequency
* @param SamplingRate
MyMethod( const float Frequency,
const double SamplingRate )
BTW, you must have activate the Doxgen feature in the preferences (I am not sure if is the default).
Preferences->C/C++->Editor->Documentation tool comments: select Doxygen
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[Updated on: Fri, 01 April 2011 06:09]
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|Re: Automatically add comment [message #995075 is a reply to message #662751]
||Sat, 29 December 2012 02:08
| Commerine Song
Registered: December 2012
Eclipse CDT is a C/C++ development IDE based on Eclipse (which defaults to Java development).|
CodeSourcery Lite is GCC-based ARM toolchain which provides all the basic ingredients (compiler, assembler, archiver, linker, libraries, newlib, binutils, etc.) in console based executables. The best thing about CodeSourcery is that they also offer commercial solutions which result in quarterly updates to the Lite tool-chain also. This way you always stay inline with the latest GCC developments.
First let's have a look at the pre-requisites. You will need the latest version of Apple Developer Tools which include Xcode, Interface Designer, Instruments etc. and can be download from the Mac App Store. It is needed for the initial building of the toolchain which requires gcc, binutils and make. If you do not want to install the Developer Tools package, you will have to download and install these components individually. Google will help you.
Let's start now.
Step 1 Install Eclipse
Download and install the Eclipse IDE from http://www.eclipse.org. Eclipse Helios. The download page would provide you with a variety of flavors for the IDE. All of them are useful sometime or the other and can be ported to different versions using plugins. So go for the "Eclipse IDE for C/C++ Developers". It would have all the functionality needed to set up the toolchain.
Step 2 Install Eclipse Plugins Fueling up Eclipse
This step involves adding the necessary plugins to Eclipse which are needed to successfully compile an ARM application.
Go to Help > Install New Software.
In the dialog which appears, type "http://download.eclipse.org/tools/cdt/releases/helios" in the Work With text area.
You will get a window as shown below. Select both the choices and click on Next. Accept the license agreement and continue with the installation.
Once the installation is complete, restart Eclipse.
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