Running RTEMS configure script from Eclipse
S.Bitton at sstl.co.uk
Wed Nov 23 13:02:03 UTC 2005
I do set all these correctly I beleive. Only thing is that I'm running Eclipse on Windows and it looks like a program launched from the "external tools" must be windows compatible.
From: Fabrício de Novaes Kucinskis [mailto:fabricio at dea.inpe.br]
Sent: 23 November 2005 12:11
To: Samuel Bitton; rtems-users at rtems.com
Subject: RES: Running RTEMS configure script from Eclipse
I use Eclipse for Linux (Mandrake, in my case), and there's no problem with
this. I just ran a configure script using the "External Tools" feature,
without any problem.
Did you set the parameters in the "External Tools" dialog correctly? Just to
Working Directory: [parent-directory-of-your-bsp]
Arguments: --target=XXXX, etc
Just to illustrate, in my case, it is:
Working Directory: /opt
Arguments: --target=sparc-rtems --enable-bsp=erc32 --prefix=/opt/erc32
I hope this helps.
De: Samuel Bitton [mailto:S.Bitton at sstl.co.uk]
Enviada em: quarta-feira, 23 de novembro de 2005 09:06
Para: rtems-users at rtems.com
Assunto: Running RTEMS configure script from Eclipse
My development environment is based on Eclipse (with CDT) and Cygwin on a
Has any of you who use similar setting found a way of running the RTEMS
I'm trying to do it using the "Running External Tools" functionality but I
get an exception error when the script is launched. I guess that's because
Eclipse is trying to run the configure script as a windows program. I
believe I have to tell Eclipse to run it on Cygwin but can't find how?
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