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Re: [cdt-dev] CDT project creation
- From: James Don <jimdon@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 09 Jun 2008 12:41:27 -0400
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My understanding from my leads is that this is a totally reasonable
suggestion ... i will definitely investigate it ...
Currently our plan is to provide essentially two work environments:
1.) Modeling Environment: ideally also with code, OAW templates, and
model all in it ...
2.) Exported CDT project/workspace (or gnu make env) functionality ...
this is required for people who will not have licenses for the modeling
environment (i.e. people you're contracting for) <~~ this is what we are
looking at first because we assumed it would be the easiest thing to do
... this may be incorrect ...
Wieant Nielander wrote:
I beginning to investigate porting my companies code generator to some
new eclipse tooling built on EMF, GMF, and UML2 (etc).
My first object is to do one of the following:
1.) Generate a simple gnu makefile project that can be build ext ...
this is no problem ...
2.) Create a new CDT project in the current eclipse workspace with the
correct gcc (crosscompiler and library references) ...
3.) Create a new eclipse workspace with a CDT project with the correct
gcc (crosscompiler and library references) ...
The ideal situation would be to create a CDT project in the current
workspace ... this would allow the customer to smoothly transition
between a model and code view within eclipse ...
Any advice would be greatly appreciated ...
Just a suggestion which doesn't solve your actual problem, but another
approach might be to use the same project containing the UML or
whatever highlevel model to also contain the generated C/C++ code. In
terms of Eclipse the project would have a UML nature as well as a
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