I am having a strange issue when trying to build the eclipse plugin. Can you please help.
[ant] Exiting /vagrant/linux-sgx/Linux_SGXEclipsePlugin/build_config/customTargets.xml.
[antcall] Exiting /vagrant/eclipse/plugins/org.eclipse.pde.build_3.9.100.v20150521-1524/scripts/build.xml.
/vagrant/eclipse/plugins/org.eclipse.pde.build_3.9.100.v20150521-1524/scripts/build.xml:32: The following error occurred while executing this line:
/vagrant/eclipse/plugins/org.eclipse.pde.build_3.9.100.v20150521-1524/scripts/build.xml:48: The following error occurred while executing this line:
/vagrant/linux-sgx/Linux_SGXEclipsePlugin/build_config/customTargets.xml:79: Problem: failed to create task or type eclipse.generateFeature
Cause: The name is undefined.
Action: Check the spelling.
Action: Check that any custom tasks/types have been declared.
Action: Check that any <presetdef>/<macrodef> declarations have taken place.
I am trying to build SGX Plugin as well. Maybe you can help me?
I have downloaded and followed "Intel Software Guard Extensions for Linux OS", version 1.8. I am using CentOS 7.3.
According to "Linux_SGEEclipsePlugin\readme.txt", we must use "Eclipse Mars CDT 4.5.1.xxxxxx" and also "PDE Plugin 3.11.1.xxxxx".
I downloaded Eclipse Mars 1 and installed without any problems. Now, I need to get the PDE Plugin "PDE Plugin 3.11.1.xxxxx".
My computer does not have access to the network so I need to find a zip file for the "PDE Plugin 3.11.1.xxxxx" in order to install on Eclipse.
- My question is, do you have or know where I can find a zip file for the "PDE Plugin 3.11.1.xxxxx"?
- Or maybe do you know where can I find MARS 1 eclipse that contains already the correct version of PDE?
Thanks for your help and time,
I just installed PDE plug-in 3.11.1v20150904-0345 from eclipse 4.5 update site (http://download.eclipse.org/eclipse/updates/4.5). I am not really sure whether you can get the zip file from there or not.
I found a solution for my problem, regarding the PDE plugin in zip file from:
Then I had to download:
The reason to download the files instead using the plugin repos done automatically via internet is because my target Linux machine could not have a internet connection. So, all that installation had to be done 'offline'. The zip files were copied from another machine that had access to the internet and then transferred to my Linux box.
After that, I could install the PDE by loading those zip files.
In Eclipse, I selected "Help-->Install New Software". You need also to make sure you have UNSELECTED "Group Items by Category".
Then selected "Add button" and "Add Repository" screen shows up. On this new screen, I selected "Archive" and then browsed to the directory where I had the plugins in zip format.
I had to install the plugins on this order: