* Leonardo <sombriks(a)gmail.com> [2008-04-25 12:33]:
first, need to say, nice plugin, i'm experiencing it and there are much future.
it seems to work fine under exotic configs, like Jrockit jvm and slackware 12.
i would like to know if someone have a link for anonymous cvs access,
like to see the source.
To checkout the source under Eclipse, perform:
File -> New -> Project -> CVS -> Checkout Projects from CVS
Note: To run the Autotools plugin source one needs to checkout the source into
an Eclipse 3.3 workspace that has already installed the latest eclipse-cdt
package or one must check-out the appropriate CDT source code and apply the CDT
patches found in the com.redhat.eclipse.cdt.autotools/cdtpatches directory
(details can be found in cdtpatches/README).
Paste :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvs/eclipse into the Host field of
the cvs dialog and Eclipse will parse it for you and fill in the other fields.
Specify that you want to:
Use an existing module
Find autotools and expand it. Do not checkout autotools itself. In there you will find:
Select these for check-out and finish.