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Last updated May 06, 2011 14:17, by Derek White
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SquawkIDE

This page describes the steps to load the Squawk project into different development environments. Please remember, building Squawk from an IDE is NOT supported. This guide is intended for people who want to use an IDE for the editing features such as code-completion, syntax coloring, and package navigation.

Eclipse

  • Check out a copy of the Squawk trunk using a SVN client.
  • Inside Eclipse, Select File->Import. Choose "Existing Projects into Workspace" and click next.
  • In the 'Select root directory' path, enter the directory where the Squawk repository was checked out.
    • All of the projects should automatically be selected.
  • Make sure 'Copy projects into workspace' option is NOT selected.
  • Click 'Finish'.

All of the projects should now be displayed in your Package Explorer. To get rid of all the Errors, you must make the phoneme package.

  • Open a terminal window and go to the Squawk project root directory.
  • Execute one of the following commands
    • (Windows) ./d.bat copyphoneme
    • (Linux/Mac) ./d.sh copyphoneme
  • In Eclipse, Refresh the Package Explorer by going to File->Refresh

Netbeans

  • Check out a copy of the Squawk trunk using a SVN client.
  • Inside Netbeans, Select File->Open Project
  • Open the Squawk project folder and select any of the subfolder to load the Squawk project into different development environments.

The project should now be open in your Project View.

-- Main.pawingo - 2010-07-28

 
 
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