[aspectc-user] Using AspectC with Eclipse in Linux
zandyman at gmx.de
Mon Oct 10 20:34:13 CEST 2005
you have to uninstall the ACDT and the CDT under "Help" -> "Software
Updates" -> "Manage Configuration" (first disable them and then
Just deactivating the CDT plug-ins won't work, because the ACDT is using
almost all CDT plug-ins.
After you have uninstalled the plug-ins completely, you can reinstall
the ACDT (but only the ACDT!)
Pericles Leng Cheng wrote:
> I tried working with Eclipse again but it simply won't let me build the
> code. I am thinking that it might be because I had CDT installed before and
> then I installed ACDT. When I look at my code in the myAspect I do not see
> the icons related with aspects but simply a text file icon. When I disable
> CDT from the plugins then I can see the icons and the execution advice but
> then the code does NOT build at all. When I re-enable it I can build but the
> aspect is not visible.
> Can you please tell me if I can remove and reinstall the CDT and ACDT
> plugins in Eclipse? Do I need to remove the directories for those plugins to
> do that?
> Thanking you in advance,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Olaf Spinczyk [mailto:Olaf.Spinczyk at informatik.uni-erlangen.de]
> Sent: Monday, October 10, 2005 11:36 AM
> To: Rainer Sand
> Cc: Pericles Leng Cheng; aspectc-user at aspectc.org
> Subject: Re: [aspectc-user] Using AspectC with Eclipse in Linux
> you should also refer to the CDT documentation at
> http://www.eclipse.org/cdt, because the ACDT is a CDT extension. There is a
> users manual with more than 400 pages available.
> Best regards,
> Rainer Sand wrote:
>>Pericles Leng Cheng schrieb:
>>>This is my first time in this forum and my first time using AspectC.
>>>Therefore most of my questions will probably be stupid.
>>>I installed Eclipse version 3.0.2 and added the ACDT plugin for
>>>AspectC. I tried building a managed C and C++ file and it runs fine.
>>>Now I got the example code from the AspectC tutorial and tried to run
>>>it but I am not sure how to do that. I created the main.cpp and
>>>queue.h files and another file named ElementCounter2.ah but how do
>>>you build and run these?
>>A managed C/C++ project should be built automatically (if the option
>>"Build automatically" is set). You can start the building process
>>manually in the menu bar under "Project" -> "Build Project".
>>>I am new in using Eclipse too so I was wondering if there is a more
>>>detailed example showing how to use Eclipse to build and run it.
>>I don't know if you noticed the AspectC++ Development User Guide under
>>"Help" -> "Help Contents"? There you will find a tutorial to create a
>>hello world example with an AspectC++ Header and how to build it.
>>>Thank you in advance for helping me,
>>>Pericles Leng Cheng
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