|Re: Eclipse Titan [message #1801833 is a reply to message #1801823]
||Mon, 28 January 2019 08:29
| Jeno Attila Balasko
Registered: September 2013
Location: Budapest, Hungary
did you followed installationguide.adoc of titan.core and Eclipse_installationguide.adoc of titan.EclipsePlug-ins?
1. If you installed cygwin according to the install guide ( a lot of lib and other component is required) and if you installed titan correctly, you should open a cygwin terminal and execute the command
2. If the first check is ok, you should install a titan Eclipse plugin. As I see this is ok if you could create a project and you started to build it. Have you set the windows environment vars according to the install guide? Here is the instruction from the Eclipse_installationguide.adoc (for titan):
2.3. Cygwin on Windows
Using the Eclipse IDE on Windows is fully supported.
Installing Cygwin is optional and only needed if Eclipse is used for project compilation and test execution. TTCN-3 module editing is supported without Cygwin.
For detailed information on installing Cygwin and configuring the environment variables for TITAN to work, refer to Installation Guide for TITAN TTCN-3 Test Executor.
Only one detail of that document is emphasized here:
"When installation is finished, add the $CYGWIN_INSTALL_DIRECTORY\bin directory to the Path environment variable of Windows, so Eclipse will access the shell commands.
For example, if the cygwin root is "C:\cygwin64" then "Path" should contain "C:\cygwin64\bin"."
Hopefully this helps.
[Updated on: Mon, 18 February 2019 09:09]
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