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Re: [cdt-dev] How to make a launchConfigurationTypes appears only on Linux?

Hi Xavier,


Thank you for your  answer.

I’ll see it !


But do I have two separate deliveries, one for linxu and one for windows ?




From: Xavier Raynaud [mailto:xavier.raynaud@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Monday, November 24, 2014 1:31 PM
To: CDT General developers list.
Cc: Christelle BURGUERA
Subject: Re: [cdt-dev] How to make a launchConfigurationTypes appears only on Linux?


Hi Christelle,


A fragment is used to replace or extend the functionality of an existing plug-in. A common use for fragments is to put environment (operating system, architecture, etc.) specific code into fragments.


In your case, you will have your base plug-in "".

Then, a linux-specific fragment "". This fragment will extend your base plugin, but only on linux. It will also contains the definition of your launch config.


Hope this help :)




De: "Christelle BURGUERA" <Christelle.BURGUERA@xxxxxx>
À: cdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
Envoyé: Lundi 24 Novembre 2014 13:21:17
Objet: [cdt-dev] How to make a launchConfigurationTypes appears only on        Linux?




I develop a RCP application (in java) based on CDT.
I have a project type (C/C++) particular that don't work under windows.


I would condition the visibility of the creation item launchConfiguration as if we are on Linux or not.


So I created an extension of org.eclipse.debug.core.launchConfigurationTypes type, but there is no way to display its condition visibility.


I thought overloaded the extension point and add an OS field.
But I've never done this kind of exercise, and I do not even know if it is possible, knowing that I want everything works as before except add a flag of visibilty ...


Is this possible?
Any idea how can I make that ?


Many thanks

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