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Eclipse Integration

If you want to use Eclipse, this guide might help you with the first steps.

First, you get the latest release of Eclipse CDT for C/C++ programmers, i.e.

$ wget

Untar the archive:

$ tar xvzf eclipse-jee-europa-winter-linux-gtk.tar.gz

Then start eclipse:

$ eclipse/eclipse

It is convenient to install the Autotools plugin via the Eclipse Update Manager: Help → Software Updates → Find and Install. Select 'Search for new features to install', and add the new remote site ''. From there, install the autotools plugin.

Now you can create the project for ZORA. Click on File → New → Project.. and select GNU C++ Autotools Project. Give the project a name, uncheck 'Use Default Location', then browse for the folder with the zora sources.

As a last step, you will have to set up the launch configurations. Click on Run → Open Run Dialog, select 'C/C++ Local Application' and click on the 'New launch configuration' icon. Search the project for the zoracontrol application, this should typically be build/src/.libs/zoracontrol. Then open the Environment tab, and add a new environment variable called LD_LIBRARY_PATH and set it to build/src/.libs/. Now click on Run in order to launch the project. Note that by using this configuration, also the Debugger in Eclipse should work out-of-the-box.

last modified on 2008/11/04 13:28