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Oomph eTrice Setup

Prerequisites: Java 17 (for developers preferably a JDK).

1. Download and run Oomph installer in Advanced Mode

ETrice oomph advancedMode.png

2. Select desired Eclipse product + version, e.g. product Eclipse IDE for Eclipse Committer and version from build config in git: Tycho/Maven pom.xml

3. Optional for commiters: set your git ssh key

ETrice oomph etrice ssh.png

4. Download the eTrice setup file ETrice.setup and add & select it in the oomph catalog

ETrice oomph eTriceSetup.png

6. Configure your personal installation

ETrice oomph etriceConfig.png

TODO: add eTrice to official Eclipse catalog

Local Build and Tests

Once you performed the above steps and have checked 'Build Automatically' Eclipse PDE will do the build for you and you will be able to launch a runtime workbench containing the eTrice plug-ins.

Junit based tests can be launched directly from Eclipse as usual.

However, there are also end-to-end tests for the generators which have to be executed using Gradle. In order to do so you can e.g. execute Gradle from a command shell. On windows it is recommended to substitute the root directory of the eTrice sources with a drive letter (subst X: C:/path/to/etrice/sources).

Then execute

gradle --rerun-tasks clean build

To execute a single test, e.g. for runtime.c, excute

gradlew.bat tests:org.eclipse.etrice.runtime.c.tests:build

This will compile, link and execute the tests and finally convert the etu result into an xUnit xml file.


After cloning in Linux you will need to make gradlew executable

chmod u+x gradlew

and convert the line endings from DOS to Unix style

sed -i.bak 's/\r$//' gradlew

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