Eclipse Plug-in for importing projects into Eclipse CDT exported by Arduino Create.
- Java 8 or newer,
- Eclipse IDE for C/C++ Developers 2018-12 (
4.10) or newer,
./mnvw clean verify
- Clone the
- Import the sources into your Eclipse workspace with
Existing Projects into Workspace.
Select root directoryand browse the root of the cloned repository.
Search for nested projects, and
The easiest way to install, is to drag and drop the
Install button into your running Eclipse workspace. This plug-in is also available at Eclipse Marketplace.
The p2 update sites are available for each released version on GitHub as a ZIP archive. The
latest p2 is available here. If you want to use the p2 update URL inside Eclipse, you must prefix the URL with
jar: and suffix it with
- URL of the
- Generic p2 URL pattern for any
- Example URL for version
The following Arduino Create export structures are supported:
_cmake |____ build (empty) |____ core | |____ Arduino.h | |____ (other core .h and .cpp files) |____ lib | |____ (3rd party libraries if any) |____ sketch | |___ sketch-file.ino.cpp |____ CMakeLists.txt
arduino_create-cmake.zip |____ _cmake |____ build (empty) |____ core | |____ Arduino.h | |____ (other core .h and .cpp files) |____ lib | |____ (3rd party libraries if any) |____ sketch | |___ sketch-file.ino.cpp |____ CMakeLists.txt
Currently, you can build the imported Arduino Create project on Linux only.
C:\path\to\your\project\_cmake\core\shell.h:8:10: fatal error: sys/wait.h: No such file or directory #include <sys/wait.h> ^~~~~~~~~~~~ compilation terminated.
/path/to/your/project/_cmake/core/DebugSerial.h:56:2: error: unknown type name 'pthread_barrier_t' pthread_barrier_t _barrier; ^ 1 error generated.
Q: What happens when
cmake is not installed on the system?
cmake is not installed, you will see the following console output in Eclipse:
Buildfile generation error occurred.. cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE:STRING=Debug -DCMAKE_EXPORT_COMPILE_COMMANDS:BOOL=ON -G “Unix Makefiles” /home/user_name/dev/arduino-create-eclipse-ws/arduino_create-cmake Cannot run program “cmake”: Unknown reason Error: Program “cmake” not found in PATH PATH=[/home/user_name/bin:/home/user_name/.local/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/games:/usr/local/games:/snap/bin] Build stopped..
Q: What happens when
cmake4eclipse is not installed in Eclipse?
A: This Eclipse plug-in has a hard dependency on
cmake4eclipse. It will be implicitly installed into Eclipse when this Eclipse plug-in is installed either from a p2 update site or the Eclipse Marketplace.
- This plug-in is licensed under the
- This project is built on the top of