I've downloaded a Intel C++ Compiler for Linux for non-commercial use (education, as for me). I really wanted to feel the power of my Core2Duo processer when programming in C. I used to code with Eclipse CDT plugin because of great code-completion feature. So I was more than happy, when I was told about the Eclipse CDT extension from Intel. But!
I really cannot install the extension properly, I've tried so much many different variants, but had no luck.
So, I'm using Ubuntu 10.04, Eclipse CDT 6.0.2 with Eclipse Galileo (3.5.2).
The things I did:
1) As manual said, I used iccvars.sh script to configure compiler vars.
2) Tried to install with
a) Software updates -> Manage configurations -> Add Extension location
b) Software updates -> Find and install -> Add local feature site -> then installing
c) Stupid copy\\paste
3) "eclipse -clean", no luck again
In every cases I got the error messages in Manage Configuration window. Here they are:
"The feature is not configured properly.
No plug-in: "com.intel.compiler.cdt" included at runtime.
No plug-in: "com.intel.compiler.cdt.errorparser" included at runtime.
No plug-in: "com.intel.compiler.cdt.managedbuilder.ui" included at runtime.
No plug-in: "com.intel.compiler.cdt.make.core" included at runtime.
No plug-in: "com.intel.compiler.cdt.make.ui" included at runtime."
So I stuck there :( Need some help.
- Development Tools
- Intel® C++ Compiler
- Intel® Parallel Studio XE
- Intel® System Studio
- Parallel Computing
I am using Sun JRE 6 update 16, not open source one.
And yes I do using eclipse with cdt plugin.
Oh, sorry, I checked once again and there was an IcedTea java which eclipse was using... I removed it and eclipse recognize the plugin correctly. Thanks for participating and sorry for disturbing.
That's good news! :) Sorry I couldn't make any useful suggestion. BTW, I think 11.1 only supports Ubuntu 9.04 and not Ubuntu 10.04. The latter will be supported in 12.0.