Using with Eclipse CDT
The Eclipse CDT Project provides a fully functional C and C++ Integrated Development Environment based on the Eclipse platform. Eclipse is a free (as in “free beer”) and Open Source code editor for Windows, Linux and Mac.
Install Eclipse CDT using your operating system packaging tools.
First you should import the Sming project.
This can be done by going to menu
Import and from there choosing
Existing project into Workspace. When asked for the location of the project
point Eclipse to the location of your SMING_HOME folder.
Once you have imported the Sming project you can import some of the samples.
Import and from there choose
Existing project into Workspace.
Then select the
Basic_Blink directory under
samples. Once the project is imported and the Eclipse CDT indexes
are build you will be able to program like a pro and have code completion and debug your code.
For the latter see Live Debug.
If your application is not containing .project and .cproject files inside its root folder then you can create such files. First you need to go to the root folder of your project and then type the command below:
This will create the minimum required meta files for an Eclipse CDT project which you can import into your Workspace.