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authorThomas Petazzoni <>2013-01-13 04:52:14 (GMT)
committerPeter Korsgaard <>2013-01-14 15:33:33 (GMT)
commitd17d1708560ded94587f77e5015d1f966eecae18 (patch)
parent217ef08a9768221ae02540498ae58e7436801f93 (diff)
docs/manual: mention the Eclipse integration
Signed-off-by: Thomas Petazzoni <> Signed-off-by: Peter Korsgaard <>
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diff --git a/docs/manual/eclipse-integration.txt b/docs/manual/eclipse-integration.txt
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+// -*- mode:doc; -*-
+Integration with Eclipse
+While a part of the embedded Linux developers like classical text
+editors like Vim or Emacs, and command-line based interfaces, a number
+of other embedded Linux developers like richer graphical interfaces to
+do their development work. Eclipse being one of the most popular
+Integrated Development Environment, Buildroot integrates with Eclipse
+in order to ease the development work of Eclipse users.
+Our integration with Eclipse simplifies the compilation, remote
+execution and remote debugging of applications and libraries that are
+built on top of a Buildroot system. It does not integrate the
+Buildroot configuration and build processes themselves with
+Eclipse. Therefore, the typical usage model of our Eclipse integration
+would be:
+* Configure your Buildroot system with +make menuconfig+, +make
+ xconfig+ or any other configuration interface provided with
+ Buildroot.
+* Build your Buildroot system by running +make+.
+* Start Eclipse to develop, execute and debug your own custom
+ applications and libraries, that will rely on the libraries built
+ and installed by Buildroot.
+The Buildroot Eclipse integration installation process and usage is
+described in detail at
diff --git a/docs/manual/working-with.txt b/docs/manual/working-with.txt
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@@ -14,6 +14,8 @@ include::customize.txt[]
Hacking Buildroot