Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Using_Eclipse_with_PJSIP


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Aug 20, 2010 12:01:44 PM (9 years ago)
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bennylp
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    1818 1. Download ''Eclipse for C++ Developers'' for your platform from http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/.  
    19     - Even on Linux/Ubuntu you'd better off getting and installing Eclipse this way instead of with Package Manager, since as far as I know Eclipse C++ plug-in is not available from the repository (as of Ubuntu 09.10) and installing plug-in manually is rather cumbersome as you'd need to run Eclipse as root. 
     19    - Even on !Linux/Ubuntu you'd better off getting and installing Eclipse this way instead of with Package Manager, since as far as I know Eclipse C++ plug-in is not available from the repository (as of Ubuntu 09.10) and installing plug-in manually is rather cumbersome as you'd need to run Eclipse as root. 
    2020 2. Installation is straightforward, just unpack the tarball containing ''eclipse'' directory to your preferred directory, such as'''/opt''', and run the '''eclipse''' executable directly. 
    2121    - sudo as root as necessary to write to /opt directory. 
     
    6666      - Select '''Microsoft Visual Studio''' scheme 
    6767      - Customize other key shortcuts as wanted (for example, F7 for Build) 
    68  1. Disable menubar F10 acceleration key: 
    69     - Ubuntu/Gnome: 
     68 1. Disable menubar F10 acceleration key, as we need the F10 to be captured by Eclipse (Visual Studio users use F10 for stepping to next statement during debugging): 
     69    - !Ubuntu/Gnome: 
    7070      - On Gnome, F10 key will open application's menubar, even if it has been assigned to other thing with Eclipse (for example, Step Over with Visual Studio keys) 
    7171      - To disable F10 from popping up the application menu, open terminal and run: