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Re: [cdt-dev] issue with ASTRewrite and assert macro

I would vote for including the AST viewer into something more official as well. Thanks!

-----Original Message-----
From: cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:cdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Doug Schaefer
Sent: Monday, July 22, 2013 8:09 PM
To: CDT General developers list.
Subject: Re: [cdt-dev] issue with ASTRewrite and assert macro

On 13-07-22 10:47 PM, "Nathan Ridge" <zeratul976@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>>>> It's not in a feature so you can't install it, it's only in the CDT 
>>>> repo. You can include the plug-in when launching your runtime 
>>>> Eclipse when developing CDT code. There was a discussion on this 
>>>> mailing list about whether or not to move it to the Util feature 
>>>> but it was decided not to.
>>>> Marc-Andre
>>>Hmm... so there is no way to add it into an actual Eclipse installation?
>> We could revisit the decision not to include it. Not sure why it's in 
>>the  test plug-in other than that was convenient at the time.
>I'm not talking about including it in the CDT distribution by default 
>(though I wouldn't be opposed to that), I'm just asking if there is a 
>way to add it to an existing CDT installation.
>I would just like to be able to use it in the Eclipse installation 
>where I have my actual C++ projects set up, not just in the one I 
>launch from the development environment. I am happy to copy some jar 
>files or do similar hacks to make this happen.

Yeah, I'm not sure drop-ins works any more. Without that we need to make a feature for this so you can install it properly.

This isn't the first request for this viewer so I think it is time to package it up. It's a good debugging tool for CDT devs.


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