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Installing Papyrus for Real Time using the Eclipse Installer


This tutorial will show you how to install Papyrus for Real Time using the Oomph-based Eclipse Installer.

Note: You will need Java 1.7 installed.

Note: The instructions in this tutorial are illustrated using Linux. Steps and images may differ slightly if the installation is done on a different operating system (both Windows and Mac OS are supported for developing models). Some of these differences have been indicated when known, but some may also be missing.

Install the Eclipse Installer

First, you will need to download and install the Eclipse Installer.

Note: If you are installing into an existing Eclipse workbench, you can follow the instructions on the "[Papyrus-RT/User Guide/Installation | Installing Papyrus for Real Time - Manual Installation]" tutorial.

  1. Go to
  2. Download the "Eclipse Installer" package for your operating system
  3. Decompress the downloaded archive to a folder such as "~/Apps/EclipseInstaller/" (folder name and location will vary depending on operating system)

Download the Papyrus-RT configuration file

  1. Download the Papyrus-RT-specific configuration file for the Eclipse Installer. You can use the folder from the previous step.

Note: Configuration file last updated on 2015.11.17

Install Papyrus for Real Time

Now that the installer is available and you have the Papyrus-RT installation configuration file, you can install the software.

Start the Eclipse Installer

  1. Open the eclipse-installer folder and double-click on the eclipse-inst application.

The Eclipse Installer Projects

You have now started the Eclipse Installer.

However, the Papyrus-RT product is not available in the list of projects presented to you. You will have to manually add it to the list.

  1. Click on the icon at the top right.
  2. Select "Advanced Mode..."

This has for effect to restart the Eclipse Installer in the "Advanced Mode", which will allow you to specify an external setup file.


Set up the Papyrus-RT configuration

You can now set up the Papyrus-RT configuration that will define the how to install the product.

Note: I you previously installed Papyrus-RT and now have a more recent configuration file, you should delete the old one before adding the new one.

  1. Select the from the list.
  2. Click on the [+] to the right of the filter box to add a user product.
  3. In the resulting dialog, click on [Browse File System...].
  4. Navigate to the folder where you saved the "Papyrus-rt.setup" file.
  5. Click [OK].
  6. The Papyrus-RT.setup file is shown in the dialog.
  7. Click [OK] to complete the selelection.

Go back to simple mode

The Papyrus-RT product is now available in the list of products.

  1. Click on the "Switch to simple mode" button to get back to the simpler interface.

Install Papyrus-RT

You can now install the Papyrus-RT product

  1. Click on [Papyrus-RT]
  2. Validate the Java VM
  3. Pick the location for the installation
  4. Click on [Install]

Accept the licenses

You will have to accept the licences to continue the installation.

  1. Review and [Accept] the licenses

Accept unsigned content

Some of the Papyrus-RT content is unsigned at the time these instructions were created.

  1. Click [Accept].


You can now click on [LAUNCH] to start creating models!


[Optional and Recommended] Install Eclipse CDT

If you plan on doing more than just modeling using UML-RT, such as generating, building, and running C++ code, you will also need to install the Eclipse CDT.



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