[FE training-materials-updates] yocto: slides/labs: remove Eclipse

Antoine Ténart antoine.tenart at free-electrons.com
Wed Sep 7 15:59:11 CEST 2016

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commit ef08e0c8fe837713823210a87d74cd1d940f4cbf
Author: Antoine Tenart <antoine.tenart at free-electrons.com>
Date:   Wed Sep 7 14:18:32 2016 +0200

    yocto: slides/labs: remove Eclipse
    Signed-off-by: Antoine Tenart <antoine.tenart at free-electrons.com>


 Makefile                                           |   1 -
 labs/yocto-sdk-eclipse/yocto-sdk-eclipse.tex       | 141 ---------------------
 .../yocto-sdk-eclipse-lab.tex                      |  10 --
 slides/yocto-sdk/yocto-sdk.tex                     |  36 ------
 4 files changed, 188 deletions(-)

diff --git a/Makefile b/Makefile
index a5bf72d..5f8e7af 100644
--- a/Makefile
+++ b/Makefile
@@ -273,7 +273,6 @@ YOCTO_SLIDES    = \
 		yocto-image-lab \
 		yocto-sdk \
 		yocto-sdk-lab \
-		yocto-sdk-eclipse-lab \
 		yocto-licensing \
 		yocto-recipe-extra \
 		yocto-runtime-package-management \
diff --git a/labs/yocto-sdk-eclipse/yocto-sdk-eclipse.tex b/labs/yocto-sdk-eclipse/yocto-sdk-eclipse.tex
deleted file mode 100644
index e85d77d..0000000
--- a/labs/yocto-sdk-eclipse/yocto-sdk-eclipse.tex
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,141 +0,0 @@
-\subchapter{Use the Yocto Project SDK through Eclipse}{Build and use
-the Yocto Project SDK with Eclipse}
-During this lab, you will:
-  \item Integrate the Eclipse Yocto Project plugin
-  \item Configure the plugin to work with the previously used Yocto project
-  \item Develop and modify Poky from Eclipse
-\section{Set up the environment}
-First we need to set up the environment in order to be able to develop our
-applications. We need Poky to build support for Eclipse (an IDE). Run:
-bitbake meta-ide-support
-\section{Set the default shell on Ubuntu}
-Ubuntu uses Dash as its default shell. However the Yocto Eclipse
-plugin needs to use Bash. To change the default shell, execute the
-following command as root:
-dpkg-reconfigure dash
-\section{Download Eclipse}
-Download the Luna version of Eclipse on the official website:
-Then uncompress the tarball and launch Eclipse. Ubuntu has a known bug, and
-you need to run the following command from the extracted Eclipse directory to be
-able to use it properly:
-\section{Install the Eclipse plugin}
-First, you need to download a few packages to fulfill the Yocto
-Eclipse plugin requirements. Open \code{Install New Software} in the
-\code{Help} menu. Select the \code{Luna - http://download.eclipse.org/releases/luna}
- repository and install:
-  \item Linux Tools LTTng Tracer Control
-  \item Linux Tools LTTng Userspace Analysis
-  \item LTTng Kernel Analysis
-  \item C/C++ Remote (over TCF/TE) Run/Debug Launcher
-  \item Remote System Explorer End-user Runtime
-  \item Remote System Explorer User Actions
-  \item Target Management Terminal (Core SDK)
-  \item TCF Remote System Explorer add-in
-  \item TCF Target Explorer
-If the selections do not appear in the menu, it means it is already installed.
-You can then either choose to download the already built Eclipse Yocto Project
-plugin or to build your own by first downloading its source repository. We will
-here download the latest plugin available on the Yocto Project website directly
-from Eclipse.
-First add the Yocto Project Eclipse Update site to the available software sites:
-Then download:
-  \item Yocto Project ADT Plug-in
-  \item Yocto Project BitBake Commander Plug-in
-  \item Yocto Project Documentation plug-in
-Finally, you need to set up the plugin itself. Open \code{Preferences} from the
-"Window" menu. Then click on \code{Yocto Project ADT} in the preference dialog.
-Choose \code{Build System Derived Toolchain}, set the \code{Toolchain Root
-Location} to your build directory and the \code{Sysroot Location} to the
-\code{tmp/sysroot/beaglebone} directory of your build directory. Then select the
-\code{Target Architecture}. Apply and close, the plugin is set up!
-%\section{Build a Poky image from Eclipse} % [Mylene] titre modifié
-\section{Create a project under Eclipse}
-The Eclipse Yocto Project plugin allows, in addition to compiling an application
-to the right target architecture, to build a Poky image. We will here configure
-Eclipse to build our exact previous BeagleBone image, but it is also possible to
-create a build environment from scratch.
-Select \code{New} in the \code{File} menu. Then double click on \code{New Yocto
-Project} in the \code{Yocto Project Bitbake Commander} category. In the new
-window, the directory used by Eclipse will be \code{Location/Project
-name}, you need to fill the form with this in mind: use the path of the
-directory containing your previously used \code{poky} root directory and put
-the name of this directory as the project name. Then click on \code{Finish}.
-The new project is now visible in the \code{Project Explorer} panel.
-% [Mylene] Est-ce qu'on continue à montrer le build en utilisant toaster ?
-% J'ajoute comment installer Toaster mais en commentaires seulement
-%In order to build a target image, you need to launch Toaster, the web
-%interface for BitBake.
-%Toaster is using a web serveur that need to be executed. To do that, you must
-%installed the toaster's dependencies:
-%  \item Install \code{pip} tool:\\
-%    \code{$ sudo apt install python-pip}
-%  \item Install Toaster's dependencies:\\
-%    \code{$ sudo pip install -r bitbake/toaster-requirements.txt}
-%  \item Go under your build folder:\\
-%    \code{$ source oe-init-build-env}
-%  \item Start toaster:\\
-%    \code{$ source toaster start}
-%Once Toaster has been launched, you will be able to use the web interface.
-%On a web browser, go to toaster: \url{http://localhost:8000}
-%On Eclipse, you can find this tool under the \code{Project} menu, \code{Launch Toaster}.
-%It will ask you the server URL and use the above localhost's one.
-%The web browser should open the Toaster main page.
-%[Mylene] TODO: Ajouter comment configurer toaster pour construire une image.
-% Il y a quelques étapes à suivre donc je ne suis pas sûr que ça soit bien de
-% garder le build dans Eclipse. Peut-être seulement faire la création du projet
-% + création d'une recette ?
-% Si on veut garder le build via Eclipse (et donc Toaster), il faudrait prévoir
-% une section spéciale qui indique les pas à suivre, sachant qu'il faut tout
-% reconfigurer l'environement de build en utilisant l'interface Toaster.
-% Personnelement, je ne trouve pas ça très intéressant pour l'utilisateur.
-\section{Create a recipe}
-The Yocto Project BitBake Commander Plug-in allows to fully manage the Yocto Project
-from Eclipse, including creating a new recipe with a user friendly wizard. To
-demonstrate this ability, we will create a new recipe for the wonderful Steam
-Locomotive command (\code{sl}). The home page is located at:
-Select the \code{File → New → Other} menu. Double click on the \code{BitBake
-Recipe} under the \code{Yocto Project BitBake Commander} category. Now you can
-create the recipe by filling the form according to the previous labs we
diff --git a/slides/yocto-sdk-eclipse-lab/yocto-sdk-eclipse-lab.tex b/slides/yocto-sdk-eclipse-lab/yocto-sdk-eclipse-lab.tex
deleted file mode 100644
index a99cbf7..0000000
--- a/slides/yocto-sdk-eclipse-lab/yocto-sdk-eclipse-lab.tex
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,10 +0,0 @@
-\setuplabframe{Use the Yocto SDK through Eclipse}
-  \begin{itemize}
-    \item Install the Yocto Eclipse plugin
-    \item Configure the plugin to work with the previously used
-      environment
-    \item Use Eclipse to modify recipes
-    \item Build an image from Eclipse
-  \end{itemize}
diff --git a/slides/yocto-sdk/yocto-sdk.tex b/slides/yocto-sdk/yocto-sdk.tex
index a8ffbc7..c672876 100644
--- a/slides/yocto-sdk/yocto-sdk.tex
+++ b/slides/yocto-sdk/yocto-sdk.tex
@@ -243,39 +243,3 @@ $ make
-\subsection{Eclipse integration}
-  \frametitle{The Yocto Project ADT}
-  \begin{itemize}
-    \item Eclipse can be used as a graphical interface to the Yocto
-      SDK.
-      \begin{itemize}
-        \item To modify and develop recipes and applications.
-        \item To compile packages and build images.
-        \item To debug the system.
-      \end{itemize}
-    \item This is done thanks to an Eclipse Yocto plugin.
-    \item The SDK and the Eclipse plugin is called the Yocto
-      Application Development Toolkit.
-  \end{itemize}
-  \frametitle{Installation}
-  \begin{itemize}
-    \item The Eclipse Yocto plugin can be installed from a pre-built
-      version available at:
-      \begin{itemize}
-        \item
-        \code{http://download.eclipse.org/releases/luna}
-      \end{itemize}
-    \item Or it can be compiled from the official repository:
-      \begin{itemize}
-        \item \code{git://git.yoctoproject.org/eclipse-poky}
-      \end{itemize}
-    \item The full explanations to install and use the Eclipse Yocto
-      plugin are given in the labs.
-  \end{itemize}

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