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The TargetPlatform soon will be available on the Protos FTP server.<br>  
 
The TargetPlatform soon will be available on the Protos FTP server.<br>  
  
Extract target-2011-03-29.zip to a folder somewhere in your local file system.<br>  
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Extract target-2011-06-09.zip to a folder somewhere in your local file system.<br>  
  
Define a variable using Windows &gt; Preferences &gt; Run/Debug &gt; String Substitution called ''eTriceTargetInstallationPath'' with the path to the top level folder as value (e.g. c:\target\target-2011-03-29\target).  
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Define a variable using Window &gt; Preferences &gt; Run/Debug &gt; String Substitution called ''eTriceTargetInstallationPath'' with the path to the top level folder as value (e.g. c:\target\target-2011-06-09\target).  
  
 
You can use any Eclipse installation as development environment. Then go to Window &gt; Preferences &gt; Plug-in Development &gt; Target Platform and check "eTrice development" (which is defined in the plug-in org.eclipse.etrice.core.room.ui).<br>  
 
You can use any Eclipse installation as development environment. Then go to Window &gt; Preferences &gt; Plug-in Development &gt; Target Platform and check "eTrice development" (which is defined in the plug-in org.eclipse.etrice.core.room.ui).<br>  

Latest revision as of 01:03, 10 June 2011

eTrice Target Platform

eTrice development is using a so called TargetPlatform to compile and run against.

The TargetPlatform soon will be available on the Protos FTP server.

Extract target-2011-06-09.zip to a folder somewhere in your local file system.

Define a variable using Window > Preferences > Run/Debug > String Substitution called eTriceTargetInstallationPath with the path to the top level folder as value (e.g. c:\target\target-2011-06-09\target).

You can use any Eclipse installation as development environment. Then go to Window > Preferences > Plug-in Development > Target Platform and check "eTrice development" (which is defined in the plug-in org.eclipse.etrice.core.room.ui).

Now you should be able to compile and run eTrice against this TargetPlatform.

Hrr.protos.de 06:26, 2 March 2011 (UTC)