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AW: [cdt-dev] newbie development question

when I want to look into CDT code I go to File -> Import -> External
Plug-ins and Fragments -> Next. On the Import Plug-ins and Fragments
dialog I make sure that 
- Import from - the target platform is checked, 
- Plug-ins and Fragments to select from - Select from all ... is
selected and
- Import As - Projects with source folders is selected, 
Again Next, and then I choose from the list whatever plug-ins I want to
look into.
You can modify any code you want and try it out with a runtime
This is perfectly suitable for "playing around". Becomes more tricky if
you want to contribute your changes to the eclipse mainline.
Does this help?


Von: cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] Im
Auftrag von Andrew Ferguson
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 19. Mai 2005 20:08
An: cdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Betreff: [cdt-dev] newbie development question

 I'm interested in playing with the CDT source code and have followed
the instructions in the FAQ* as to how to obtain it. I've checked out
all the .cdt.* modules from CVS via pserver but am having trouble
getting Eclipse to recognize the source directories and compile the
.java sources. Is this documented in more depth anywhere?
any help appreciated,
*this FAQ:
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