Install Eclipse* Plugins
- Open aterminal session (bash shell)and change directory to the root of your installation. For example, if you installedas the superuserusing the default folder:cd /opt/intel/oneapi
- Use thefindcommand to locate the available Eclipse plugin packages:find . -type f -regextype awk -regex ".*(com.intel|org.eclipse).*[.]zip"
- Thefindresults look like this (the exact results depend on which tools you installed):
To Install Plugins with the Command Line
./install-eclipse-plugins.sh -h ./install-eclipse-plugins.sh --help
./install-eclipse-plugins.sh -v ./install-eclipse-plugins.sh -V
- Looks for Eclipse plug-ins included in the installed toolkit(s) and checks which are already installed in the selected copy of Eclipse.
- Uninstalls any plug-in conflicts and runs the Eclipse garbage collector to clean up the uninstall.
- Installs the included toolkit plug-ins into the selected copy of Eclipse.
To install the Eclipse plugins from the IDE:
- Once Eclipse launches, choose.
- Click theAddbutton and then clickArchivein the dialog box that appears.
- Navigate to the location of the Eclipse plugin you wish to install.If you cannot remember the location of the plugin, run thefindcommand in a shell to show the locations of available plugins.
- Repeat this process for each Eclipse plugin that you want to install. In this image, the compiler plugin (last in the previousfindcommand list example) is being selected for installation into the copy of Eclipse for C/C++ Developers.
- Select the plugin file (using the greenOpenbutton shown in the previous image), and then click theAddbutton in theAdd Repositorydialog box. TheLocationfield should match the Eclipse plugin path and name that you identified using the file picker.
- Check the boxes next to the name of the selected plugin or plugins, and then clickNext.
- Confirm that the plugin to be installed is listed in theInstall Detailsdialog box, and then clickNext.
- Review the license agreement (you must select theI acceptoption to proceed), and then selectFinishto start installation of the plugin.After you clickFinish, Eclipse installs the plugin.The installation process may take several minutes if the plugin has required dependencies that are not part of your copy of Eclipse. That is most likely to happen if you are installing into a different build of Eclipse. For example, if you install the plugin into a copy of Eclipse IDE for Java Developers (aka Eclipse JDT) the missing Eclipse for C/C++ components will be automatically added, along with the plugin. A working Internet connection is required if this is the case and missing dependent plugins are required.