Has anyone had any success loading VMM into Eclipse/SVEditor? I have tried several options for loading VMM, as a library and as a source collection and pointing to both the version that ships with VCS and the standalone version from VMM Central.
No matter what, the vmm constructs are not getting recognized; `vmm_note, vmm_data, vmm_xactor, etc,
Have you tried creating a .f file that specifies the +incdir's for VMM and the source files you want to compile? That's what the VMM SVEditor tests do. For example, the .f file for the Ethernet example looks like this:
Another thing to try is manually re-building the Indexes after changing the configuration: select a project in the Eclipse workspace, then right-click and select Rebuild Index from the context menu. This will force the index to be re-scanned.
Thanks for the suggestions, I have the VMM library sucessfully loaded in a windows (XP) installation of eclipse/sveditor. The VMM library is under the project directory and is included in the manifest file with a relative path reference:
Under linux (my real working environment) I have been having trouble. My setup is a little different; VMM is installed outside the project. I have a few things to try and will report back what worked (or ask for more help).
Thanks for providing and supporting this project!
One suggestion is to use an environment variable to point to the VMM library. In the argument file:
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