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Running and Debugging with CCSv5 on Linux V2.pdf

Running and Debugging with CCSv5 on Linux V2.pdf

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Indian Institute of ScienceCEDT3. You now see the main IDE (eclipse) showing a welcome screen. Close this using the small’x’ as shown in Fig.2.Figure 2: Welcome ScreenAbhijit Kshirsagar 2/8 January 18, 2011

Indian Institute of ScienceCEDT4. Perspectives: The layout of sub-windows that you see in eclipse is called a perspective.You can ’change your perspective’ by clicking on the ≫ button at the rightmost end ofthe toolbar next to “CCS Edit”.Tip: you can drag the vertical separator to the left to show a list of all saved perspectives.The name of the current perspective is not shown at all if it does not fit in the spaceavailable.Figure 3: Perspectives5. Creating a New Project:Now create a new Project using the settings as shown in the following screenshots.Abhijit Kshirsagar 3/8 January 18, 2011

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