HOWTO: Shared Code Plugin
Installation and Running of the SCP
This is a description of how to install and run the Shared Code plug'in. It should guide you to having a working SCP demo in minutes.
- Eclipse 3.1 or higher
- [ECF] 0.8 or higher
After installing Eclipse and ECF, verify that they are all available in your Eclipse environment.
Starting ECF Local Server.
- Start a shell.
- CD to the Eclipse features directory.
- CD to org.eclipse.ecf.serverfeature_X.X.X\bin directory (X.X.X is the ecf version number).
- Run startserver.sh for OS X/Linux (.bat for windows)
- The default settings are fine for now.
Config Project on workspace
- Config Itacare instace Projects
- Config Trancoso instance Projects
- For this demo, it's necessary to use two or more Eclipse instances. I will use only two Eclipse instance(Itacare and Trancoso).
- Make sure to use different workspaces, because this demo is on the same machine.
- Click on the Run->Run, change the launcher name to "Itacare"
- Click on the Run->Run, change the launcher name to "Trancoso"
- Adjust workspace data as necessary. You need to setup different "Location" to each Eclipse instance, and each instance needs to point to the same ECF server.
Connect SCP to ECF Local Server
- In the Trancoso launched workbench, click on the in toolbar
- After this actions, you are able to search for remote source code.
Searching for Java files on Itacare
- SCP will search for Java files in the Itacare instance.
- If it matches on the search term, it sends the match to Trancoso instance and shows the result in the Share Code view.
- Now you need to make a double click on any row, and see the Java file on the Eclipse Java Editor.