|Java Preprocessor Using Eclipse Part 2|
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|Sunday, 03 January 2010 15:28|
Java Preprocessor Using Eclipse Part 2
Here is the main Prebop page: http://prebop.sourceforge.net/
The .zip file can be downloaded from here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/prebop/
Prebop is a wonderful thing, but the documentation assumes you know everything about how to install a plug-in and get an Ant build up and running. Since I didn't know that, there is a good chance nice people such as yourself don't know this either. Infact, if you did already know this, you probably wouldn't be reading this page. Anyway, to install the Prebop thingy in Eclipse 3.5, simply unpack the .ZIP file with your favorite unzipper, and place the whole folder in your "eclipse/dropins" folder.
Then exit Eclipse if you are already running it, and go back in.
Verifying that Eclipse installed Prebop Successfully
In Eclipse, click on the 'Help' menu.
Click on the 'About Eclipse' menu item.
Click on the button 'Installation Details'
Click on 'Plugins' on the top tab
Scroll down on the list and look for
Depending on which column you are sorting by, it may be up near the top, or further down if it is sorted by Plug-in Name.
|Last Updated on Sunday, 03 January 2010 16:28|