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Revision as of 16:15, 8 March 2007 by Harald.kornmayer.iwr.fzk.de (Talk | contribs) (Important Links)

g-Eclipse Project

Important Links

  • Project Homepage @ Eclipse.org: [1]
  • Project Homepage of the Eclipse Consortium: [2]

Obtaining the source code

The source code that is currently in the Subversion repository has some external dependencies which are not yet resolved. We are working on a solution and expect something to download soon. Please check this website for updates or the main website at [3].

The g-Eclipse subversion repository is available at svn://dev.eclipse.org:/svnroot/technology/eu.geclipse. It contains the usual svn directory structure TRUNK, BRANCHES, and TAGS. The development version of the code can be found in TRUNK.

Within this folder there are several subdirectories:

  • doc/ documentation and documentation plug-ins
  • features/ the core feature
  • plugins/ the core plug-ins (middleware independent) including eu.geclipse.core and eu.geclipse.ui
  • releng/ everything that is needed for building the feature; at the moment it contains a simple update-site project
  • test/ some JUnit tests

The plug-in eu.geclipse.core has one external dependency to a tar-library. Therefore it is not possible to compile it, until we have removed this dependency.

Installing the middleware specific extensions

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First steps with g-Eclipse

To help new users when trying out g-Eclipse, we have included some documentation in the Eclipse help system, and as cheat-sheets which will guide you though the process of creating your first g-Eclipse Grid project.

  • Eclipse Help: Help | Help Content | 'g-Eclipse'
  • Eclipse Cheat-Sheets: Help | Welcome | Tutorials | 'Set up your g-Eclipse environment'

--Mknauer.innoopract.com 14:32, 4 March 2007 (EST)