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Prerequisites: a JRE (Java Runtime Environment) has to be installed.
Prerequisites: a JRE has to be installed.
 
  
To use Eclipse you'll need two folders. One where you install Eclipse, the other one will be the workspace. E.g., /home/acraphae/devel/eclipse_installs/ and /home/acraphae/devel/eclipse_workspaces/gramps
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To use Eclipse you'll need two folders.  
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# A folder where you install Eclipse.  E.g., ~/devel/eclipse_installs/
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# A folder that will be the workspace. E.g., ~/devel/eclipse_workspaces/gramps
  
Download an Eclipse package from [http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/ Eclipse.org]. Unzip the file into /home/acraphae/devel/eclipse_installs/ and run the eclipse binary in /home/acraphae/devel/eclipse_installs/eclipse when asked for a workspace, enter /home/acraphae/devel/eclipse_workspaces/gramps
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Download an Eclipse package from [https://www.eclipse.org/downloads/ Eclipse.org]. Unzip the file into ~/devel/eclipse_installs/ and run the eclipse binary in ~/devel/eclipse_installs/eclipse when asked for a workspace, enter ~/devel/eclipse_workspaces/gramps
  
 
== Installing Pydev and Pylint==
 
== Installing Pydev and Pylint==
  
Get pydev from the [http://www.pydev.org/download.html pydev download site] or use the [http://pydev.org/updates pydev update site].
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Get pydev from the [http://www.pydev.org/download.html pydev download site].
  
 
Follow the [http://www.pydev.org/manual_101_install.html installation tutorial]
 
Follow the [http://www.pydev.org/manual_101_install.html installation tutorial]
  
On my Ubuntu, the python interpreter can be found at /usr/bin/python
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On Ubuntu, the python interpreter can be found at /usr/bin/python
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sudo apt-get install pylint
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Go to: window > preferences > pydev > pylint tick use pylint and enter /usr/bin/pylint as the pylint path.
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== Installing EGit ==
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Follow the [http://www.eclipse.org/egit/download/ download instructions] to install the [http://www.eclipse.org/egit/ EGit] plugin.
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Open the Git perspective and add a repository.
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ssh://<username>@git.code.sf.net/p/gramps/source
  
sudo apt-get install pylint
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Select Checkout project using new project wizard. Select pydev project wizard.
Go to: window > preferences > pydev > pylint tick use pylint and enter /usr/bin/pylint as the pylint path.
 
  
== Installing Subversion ==
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==See also==
Follow the [http://subclipse.tigris.org/servlets/ProjectProcess?pageID=p4wYuA download instructions] to install the Subclipse plugin.
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* [[Running a development version of Gramps]]
  
Open the subversion perspective and add a repository.
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[[Category:Developers/General]]
https://gramps.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/gramps/trunk for working on the trunk code. Select Checkout project using new project wizard. Select pydev project wizard.
 

Latest revision as of 05:49, 28 September 2019

Prerequisites: a JRE (Java Runtime Environment) has to be installed.

To use Eclipse you'll need two folders.

  1. A folder where you install Eclipse. E.g., ~/devel/eclipse_installs/
  2. A folder that will be the workspace. E.g., ~/devel/eclipse_workspaces/gramps

Download an Eclipse package from Eclipse.org. Unzip the file into ~/devel/eclipse_installs/ and run the eclipse binary in ~/devel/eclipse_installs/eclipse when asked for a workspace, enter ~/devel/eclipse_workspaces/gramps

Installing Pydev and Pylint

Get pydev from the pydev download site.

Follow the installation tutorial

On Ubuntu, the python interpreter can be found at /usr/bin/python

sudo apt-get install pylint

Go to: window > preferences > pydev > pylint tick use pylint and enter /usr/bin/pylint as the pylint path.

Installing EGit

Follow the download instructions to install the EGit plugin.

Open the Git perspective and add a repository.

ssh://<username>@git.code.sf.net/p/gramps/source

Select Checkout project using new project wizard. Select pydev project wizard.

See also