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Revision as of 22:33, 12 June 2011

Introduction

So you want to adjust the sourcecode to your wishes, get rid of some bugs that bother you and help to improve the code, great! While theoretically it all an be done with VI and command line instructions, learning to code for Paparazzi this way is a little cumbersome. Therefore it is a good idea to set up an IDE Integrated Development Environment.

As you may have noticed, this page is far from finished, it really would be great if you help to improve this page with even a small improvement.

IDE for OCAML

We start of with OCAML IDE's first

=== EMACS

http://www-rocq.inria.fr/~acohen/tuareg/index.html.en

Netbeans

Installation

First install a reasonable new Netbeans, e.g. v6.8 via the synaptic package manager in Ubuntu or use the commandline

OCAML Plugin

http://ocamlplugin.loki-a.com/index.php?title=Main_Page

  1. Start netbeans IDE
  2. Go to Netbean menu -Tools - Plugins
  1. Select tab - Settings
  2. Click the Add button

Name: Ocaml from Loki a URL: http://ocamlplugin.loki-a.com/ocamlplugin/updates/updates.xml

  1. Then click the tab "Available plugins"
  2. Select for install from the list the "Ocaml Plugin"
  3. Click Install
  4. Click Install Then Next
  5. If you see "Signed but not trusted, ignore the message just click "continue"
  6. If it all worked, you will see "Install completed sucessfully, just click "Finish"

Syntax Highlighting

Eclipse

http://www.cocan.org/ocaml_and_eclipse

Code::Blocks

IDE for C and CPP

Next are the IDE's for C develpment

Netbeans

Eclipse

Code::Blocks

Debugging tools

GDB