This is the New & Noteworthy page for CDT 10.3 which is part of Eclipse 2021-06 Simultaneous Release
|pack200 (*.jar.pack.gz) removed||From CDT 10.3 pack.gz (aka pack200) jar files are not included with CDT release. (bug 572347).|
|Headless builder can now remove projects from workspace.|| There are new two options based on the import options that will be executed before a build:|
"-remove" /path/to/project - will remove a single project from workspace.
|Add verbose option for progress monitor of headless builder.|| During operations, such as remove projects, the subtask of a progress
monitor has useful information for users. However during a normal build
there ends up being lots of output that is of little value.
|Build command arguments moved to Behavior tab.|| The free form text box to customize build (aka make) arguments has been moved the the Behavior tab and split
from the Build command text box.
|Build Targets (Make) view supports working sets|| The Build Targets (Make) view now supports working sets allowing you to focus on what you are actively working on. |
|Build Targets (Make) view saves and restores its UI state|| The selected items, expanded folders and scroll positions of the Build Targets (Make) view are saved when closed and restored when reopened. |
See also Bug 573619.
|Show opcode as byte sequence|| The instruction opcode is shown as sequence of bytes inside the disassembly view.
See bug 572880.
|Jump To Memory location context menu|| The disassembly view got a new context menu entry to jump to memory location for the current selected entry.
See bug 573157.
|View GDB process properties|| The GDB process properties page is now populated with launch timestamp, working directory, command line and environment details. To access the page, select Properties from the context menu of a GDB process element within the Eclipse Debug view.
See bug 572944.
Terminal - New Features
|Open files and links with Ctrl+Click|| When pressing the Ctrl key (Cmd key on mac), the word under the mouse pointer is highlighted with an underline and by clicking it the terminal guesses how to open it:
|Local terminals remember the working directory||When restarting the Eclipse IDE, the terminals will remember which path to start in. On Linux the path will be the detected path of the shell at shutdown, on Windows and macOS the path will be the initial path that shell was created with.|
Terminal - Key Bug Fixes
|Local terminals remember the shell, args and other settings|| When restarting the Eclipse IDE, the terminals will remember which shell and arguments to use. This is particularly helpful on Windows where many users use git bash for their shell, and prior to this change on restart terminals would be reopened in the default shell, instead of the shell the user had selected.
See bug 460495.
|Terminals remember which terminal view they were part of|| When restarting the Eclipse IDE, the terminals will remember which view to recreate themselves in.
See bug 573646.
Terminal - Windows Pseudo Console
|Templates are sorted||
When a new source file is created from template, the available suggested templates are sorted in alphabetical order first by template key, then by template name between same content type. E.g. When a new C++ file is created from template it will have few suggested templates grouped into few content types. The most relevant content type group is still at the top. It makes possible to bring at the top of the drop down list custom templates that does not have a key and whose name sorted will be in front of "Default C++ Source template". See Bug 572755
|Templates selection is persistent||
The template selection is persistent. If a different template has been selected than default one from the top of the list, this selection will be recorded. Next time when a new file is created from template with same extension, the previous chosen template will be selected by default. See Bug 573204
A new method org.eclipse.cdt.dsf.gdb.service.IGDBBackend.getDebuggerCommandLineArray() has been added for access to, and customization of, the GDB command line used when launching a debug session. This method should be overridden by extenders in preference to overriding org.eclipse.cdt.dsf.gdb.service.GDBBackend.getDebuggerCommandLine() or org.eclipse.cdt.dsf.gdb.service.GDBBackend.getGDBCommandLineArray() which are now deprecated. See Bug 572944
Bugs Fixed in this Release
See Bugzilla report Bugs Fixed in CDT 10.3