Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of EclipseBuild


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Sep 23, 2014 6:23:09 AM (5 years ago)
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okramer
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    1212Open Eclipse IDE and define a new workspace that will contain the ossim project. Do File->Import->General->"Existing Projects into Workspace". In the Import dialog, select root directory by browsing to your build directory ($OSSIM_DEV_HOME/../build). Also make sure that the option, "Search for nested projects" is checked, and click "Finish".
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    14 In the Project Explorer, you should see a project named something like ossim-Debug@build or ossim-Release@build depending on which build type you had chosen in the build script. Under that, there should be a [Source directory] folder. This is a link to $OSSIM_DEV_HOME where you'll find all the source code for editing. The other folders are all in the build dir and can be ignored. It ain't pretty but you'll get used to it.
     14In the Project Explorer, you should see a project named something like ossim-Debug@build or ossim-Release@build depending on which build type you had chosen in the build script. Under that, there should be a [Source directory] folder. This is a link to $OSSIM_DEV_HOME where you'll find all the source code for editing. The other folders are all in the build dir and can be ignored. It ain't pretty but you'll get used to it (resistance is futile).
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    1616You can right-click on the top-level project now and select "Build Project". You may want to inspect the contents of the "Includes" folder (in the Project Explorer) to make sure you are seeing all the system and ossim-specific include paths (including those implied by $OSSIM_DEPENDENCIES.