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Re: [cdt-dev] run on Linux

Thanks Vivian
I have read the before.
But I don't get something:
1) As you say, the are defined in org.eclipse.releng.basebuilder. How can I get the org.eclipse.releng.basebuilder?
2) When I get org.eclipse.releng.basebuilder where should I put it?
Sorry, but I have no complte picture what should be done.

On Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 5:04 PM, Vivian Kong <vivkong@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Our builds rely on the plugins in org.eclipse.releng.basebuilder. The property is defined there. For more information check out

As for the sign target, it is done on the eclipse build machine so you won't be able to run that step and you might want to remove it from your build script. You can read more on jar signing here:


Vivian Kong
IBM Eclipse CDT
IBM Canada Toronto Lab

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Re: [cdt-dev] run on Linux

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Thanks for the answers.
I'm building on Windows. But I have tried on linux as well.
I downloaded the RSE, mylyn and eclipse from correspondent ftp since the download links are
pretty slow. So the unzip target is completed right now, Now the problems I have deal with
the "zips" and "sign"  targets:
1) property is undefined. Where those scrips are located. I guess that they are the scripts that
make the build job,
2) I don't understand the purpose of "sign" target. What is it that sign command that should be executed?
Thanks in advance,
On Sun, Jun 21, 2009 at 8:10 AM, Olexiy Buyanskyy <olexiyb@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

    On which system do you build eclipse? Windows? in that case you need windows eclipse zip file from.

    BTW CDT does not depend on operation system. For example I compile on linux and successfully use the same CDT on linux and windows.
    That is true for RSE and mylyn.
    If you will carefully look you will see the link to download in build.xml just replace "httpd" with "http:/" to get download link
    Next place all 3 archives somewhere and point to them in build.xml


    On Sat, Jun 20, 2009 at 8:53 AM, Dany Rovinsky <dany.rovinsky099@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
    I'm running (checked out from CVS org.eclipse.cdt\all\org.eclipse.cdt.releng) on my Linux machine and the target "unzip" in build.xml fails with error in line 135 while expanding /home/data/httpd/
    I want to compile CDT for windows, so the questions I have:
    1) Where can I get eclipse-SDK-3.5RC4-linux-gtk-ppc.tar.gz?  I found several achives names eclipse-SDK-3.5RC4XXX but nether is linux-gtk-ppc.tar.gz. What about  and from lines 17-19 of build.xml?
    2) If I want to compile CDT for windows should I take eclipse-SDK-3.5RC4-linux-gtk-ppc.tar.gz or soemthing else?
    3) If I want to compile CDT for windows  which arguments should be passed instead of ws gtk -arch ppc -os linux -application org.eclipse.ant.core.antRunner $* in in line:
    java $CDT_BUILD_VMARGS -jar tools/org.eclipse.releng.basebuilder/plugins/org.eclipse.equinox.launcher.jar \
     -ws gtk -arch ppc -os linux -application org.eclipse.ant.core.antRunner $* 

    4) How to run  Junit tests: as Junit or as Junit plugin?
    5) I can't see the connection between the org.eclipse.cdt\all\org.eclipse.cdt.releng\lrparser and the org.eclipse.cdt\lrparser\grammar\build.xml in case I want to change grammar. Maybe I'm missing something?
    Thank you, 

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