Re: State of Eclipse in Fedora / Building an eclipse product

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On 4/23/21 12:31 AM, Aleksandar Kurtakov wrote:

On Fri, Apr 23, 2021 at 7:16 AM Orion Poplawski <orion@xxxxxxxx <mailto:orion@xxxxxxxx>> wrote:

    Hello -

         I'm trying to figure out the current state of Eclipse in Fedora
    to get help understanding if it would be possible to build a certain
    project for Fedora.  I'm looking at GDLDE - a workbench for GDL:

    It appears to define and build a "gdlde" "product" - which seems to
    be a
    bundle of a bunch of libraries/jars.  This doesn't seem to be what we'd
    want to build for Fedora.

    I used to build Photran/PTP for eclipse but that seemed to be
    defined as
a "feature" for Eclipse.  Would it be possible to convert this
    "product" into a "feature"?  Something else?

Creating a feature from the product should be almost trivial task.

Perhaps for someone who knows what they are doing. I most assuredly do not. The project does seem to basically consist of a single plugin so appears simple, but my attempts to build just that have failed.

If you want to keep using it standalone not as a plugin you may want to look at <> for all the various hacks done for cdtdebug - overall it's cumbersome and errorprone process. You may want to consider going flatpak way [1] [2] - direct product content used (not built from source as a con) but usable on every distro.

[1] <> [2] <>

Thanks again.

Orion Poplawski
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