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Re: [ui-best-practices-working-group] FW: New topic in forum C / C++ IDE (CDT), called Dont see C++ project or class in "New" list...., by Richard Hollingsworth

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Sure. We should use every chance we get when together to work on this.

I’m not sure how well a Hangout will work at a BOF. I am hoping to set up regular on-line meetings once we’re set up so we can visually share ideas and have discussions. It will never be possible to get everyone in the room so we need to figure out how to do this batches at a time.

Doug.

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Date: Wednesday, September 14, 2016 at 10:38 AM
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Subject: Re: [ui-best-practices-working-group] FW: New topic in forum C / C++ IDE (CDT), called Dont see C++ project or class in "New" list...., by Richard Hollingsworth

Are we going to do a BoF (with a Hangout) at EclipseCon Europe?


Wayne


On 14/09/16 10:32 AM, Doug Schaefer wrote:
Here’s an example of user confusion. I’m not sure which “Eclipse” he installed, and clearly, neither is he, but he was expecting to be able to create a C++ Project.

I’d like us to consider the install scenario and give guidelines for the Eclipse Installer as part of our mandate. You don’t get a great UX if the user hasn’t even installed the right thing to get an experience.

Doug.

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Date: Wednesday, September 14, 2016 at 9:55 AM
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Subject: New topic in forum C / C++ IDE (CDT), called Dont see C++ project or class in "New" list...., by Richard Hollingsworth

Subject: Dont see C++ project or class in "New" list.... Author: Richard Hollingsworth Date: Tue, 13 September 2016 19:09
Hello: Just installed Eclipse for mac from the web site. Loaded it fine, and brought it up. When I try to create a new C++ project, there is no C++ in the list. Many others, but not C++. Do I need to install something else into Eclipse in order to work in C++. If not, how do you create a new C++ project? Thanks....
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