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This pages describes how to create a new bundle for SMILA. The following steps must be performed to create the project base:
 
This pages describes how to create a new bundle for SMILA. The following steps must be performed to create the project base:
  
== Selecting the new Project Wizard ==
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== Select the New Project wizard ==
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Launch eclipse, invoke the ''New Project'' wizard (menu ''File > New > Project''), and click ''Plug-in project'' as shown in the following figure.
  
 
[[image:NewProject-Brox.png]]
 
[[image:NewProject-Brox.png]]
  
== Starting Page of the Plug-in Project Wizard ==
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== Define Plug-in Project settings ==
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Click ''Next'' and add the settings as shown in the following screenshot.
  
 
[[image:projectWizard1.png]]
 
[[image:projectWizard1.png]]
  
== Defining Plug-in Content ==
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== Define Plug-in Content settings ==
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Click ''Next'' and add the settings as shown in the following screenshot.
  
 
[[image:projectWizard2.png]]
 
[[image:projectWizard2.png]]
  
== Package-Explorer view ==
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== Check the Package Explorer view ==
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After clicking ''Next'' and ''Finish'' the ''Package Explorer'' view should look similar to the following screenshot:
  
 
[[image:packageExplorer.png]]
 
[[image:packageExplorer.png]]
  
 
[[Category:SMILA]]
 
[[Category:SMILA]]

Revision as of 08:16, 6 October 2008

This pages describes how to create a new bundle for SMILA. The following steps must be performed to create the project base:

Contents

Select the New Project wizard

Launch eclipse, invoke the New Project wizard (menu File > New > Project), and click Plug-in project as shown in the following figure.

NewProject-Brox.png

Define Plug-in Project settings

Click Next and add the settings as shown in the following screenshot.

ProjectWizard1.png

Define Plug-in Content settings

Click Next and add the settings as shown in the following screenshot.

ProjectWizard2.png

Check the Package Explorer view

After clicking Next and Finish the Package Explorer view should look similar to the following screenshot:

PackageExplorer.png