Eclipse Pluguin Problems

Mohammed Saeed Khoory Mohammed.Khoory at
Mon Feb 1 04:32:23 UTC 2016

Really? Interesting…

A while back I tried to run the plugin with Eclipse Juno and I’ve had trouble creating RTEMS projects. The option for the RTEMS toolchain just didn’t appear, so I had to fall back to Helios.

Is this still the case with Mars? Are you able to create new C projects with the RTEMS Toolchain?

Mohammed Saeed Khoory

From: users [mailto:users-bounces at] On Behalf Of Simon Williams
Sent: Friday, January 29, 2016 9:49 PM
To: Dario Baliña; users at
Subject: Re: Eclipse Pluguin Problems

You don't need to fall back to Galileo, I am running Mars on Fedora 23 with no problems. The plugin doesn't seem to care! :-)

On Fri, 29 Jan 2016, 17:17 Dario Baliña <dariosb at<mailto:dariosb at>> wrote:
I have recently built a new development environment using an Centos 6.3 machine instead Ubuntu 14.3 and the problem was solved.
Obviously Ubuntu 14.3 and Eclipse Galileo are not working properly.
I´m starting to get running gdb - eclipse integration, any advice or supporting documentation is welcome.

thanks in advance.

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2016-01-28 12:33 GMT-03:00 Dario Baliña <dariosb at<mailto:dariosb at>>:
I have chosen Galileo because is recommended in plugin installation guide as the running version:

The current plug-in version works with the Galileo release of Eclipse and CDT version 6.

I have one more thing trying to help to clarify.
When Ecplise starts, on the top of the workspace selection window, this notification appear:

GCJ has been detected as the current Java virtual machine.  Use of GCJ is untested and unsupported.  Please consult the documentation for more

Can there be any compatibility issue between Galileo and Ubuntu 14.3?

Can you recomend another version of Eclipse to test?

Thanks again

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2016-01-28 12:12 GMT-03:00 Sebastian Huber <sebastian.huber at<mailto:sebastian.huber at>>:
On 28/01/16 16:07, groups at<mailto:groups at> wrote:
I’d expect that the problem may be Eclipse Galileo, that came out in 2009.

The plug-in is likely broken on newer Eclipse versions. I think I wrote the plug-in with the Galileo version.

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