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Eclipse Plugin

Posted by bmeier 
Eclipse Plugin
September 23, 2011 10:27AM
Re: Eclipse Plugin
September 23, 2011 03:11PM
Interesting. I will try it out later. The Helious download is 87mb.
Re: Eclipse Plugin
March 16, 2012 01:05PM
Re: Eclipse Plugin
June 28, 2012 11:01PM
Interesting! As a Java programmer I'm familiar with it. Using licensed IntelliJ IDE lately though;)

Gonna try it for sure when I'll continue my port, thanks!
Re: Eclipse Plugin
July 04, 2012 11:00AM
So I installed CDT and the Wiiclipse plugin. At first it worked fine, but I didn't have devkitpro setup correctly since I reinstalled windows last week. When I reinstalled devkitpro and tried wiiclipse again, the plugin seems to throw exceptions when I create a new project using the toolchain. In the background the project is building though. When I discard the error dialog, the project is deleted and build is aborted. Standard XL and Cross projects work fine though. I use Helios Service Release 2, Build id: 20110218-0911.

Any ideas?

I didn't look into CDT before, but it's quite usefull w/o wiiclipse plugin too.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/04/2012 11:01AM by DRS_.
Re: Eclipse Plugin
July 04, 2012 12:04PM
THe plugin is probably storing some stuff about the last installation. You might try re-installing it as well. I am not sure.
Re: Eclipse Plugin
July 05, 2012 04:32PM
I already did that, but perhaps removing it completely and download it again does the trick. I'll check if I can find some logs too. I try when I get home again.

For now I just setup the proper make commands in CDT so that it builds my Makefile. Disadvantage is that the build's console output doesn't integrate with CDT, so I can't navigate to a file by clicking an error message in the console output. But it still is a great improvement over programmers notepad.
Re: Eclipse Plugin
July 26, 2012 09:53AM
is there any stack trace of what causes the exception that you could post? i'm running on fedora/eclipse juno and everything seems to work fine.

also, please make sure you are using the latest plugin version (latest is, check Help -> About -> Installation Details).

The latest version includes a preference dialog (Window->Preferences->wiiclipse) that can be used to point to the devkitPPC installation location. The plugin will now first check the preferences before it checks the environment and the default installation locations to find devkitPPC.
Re: Eclipse Plugin
August 03, 2012 11:26AM
I still have to look into that. I dídn't get any stacktraces, just a message. Perhaps the trace is logged in some logfile or so? Not sure if I use the latest version, I went the Install new software route as you described.

I get back on this later, I'm now spending all my spare time in a doomed to fail Doom 3 port:)
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