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There are four ways to install Eclipse Papyrus for Real Time (Papyrus-RT):
- Install the Papyrus-RT RCP
The RCP is an all-inclusive self-contained archive (zip) of Papyrus-RT
- Pros: Simple three-step installation: download, extract, start working with Papyrus-RT! All dependencies are included.
- Cons: Larger file to download. No bundle sharing.
- Using the Papyrus-RT
The Papyrus-RT installer is powered by Oomph, the same technology used by the Eclipse Installer.
- Pros: All dependencies are automatically installed. Support for bundle pooling (saves disk space), managed workspaces, and automatic updates.
- Cons: You have to answers a few simple questions.
- Using the Eclipse Installer
This approach is similar to the Papyrus-RT installer above but it is based on the base Eclipse Installer.
- Pros: Increased control of what will be part of the installation, including other Eclipse projects.
- Cons: Increased complexity in the installation process with boxes to check and more questions to answer.
- Manual installation using update sites
This approach is for the Eclipse veterans who are familiar with installing features and plugins in Eclipse, understand what we mean by "p2", and need to install Papyrus-RT with other Eclipse projects.
- Pros: Full control of what will be part of the installation, including other projects.
- Cons: Increased complexity in the installation process. Dependencies must be installed separately.
Current release: Papyrus-RT 1.0.0 on Eclipse Oxygen (Recommended)
Papyrus-RT all-in-one RCP
Download one of the packages below for your operating system, and follow the following instructions: Installing the Papyrus-RT RCP.
Download one of the packages below for your operating system, and follow the following instructions: Installing Papyrus-RT using the Papyrus-RT Installer.
Download the Eclipse installer from the Eclipse Installer Wiki or from the Eclipse downloads page and follow the following instructions: Installing Papyrus for Real Time using the Eclipse Installer.
Note: If you follow this approach, you will have to manually install dependencies.Install some Eclipse platform from the Eclipse downloads page, and, using the update site link below, follow the following instructions: Installing new software.
- Release 1.0.0 update site: http://download.eclipse.org/papyrus-rt/updates/releases/oxygen/1.0.0/
Papyrus-RT all-in-one RCP
- Release 0.9.0 update site: http://download.eclipse.org/papyrus-rt/updates/releases/neon/0.9.0/
Please keep in mind that this is the head development version!
It might be unstable and contain any kind of errors.