About a year ago, I created a template to use the Cinder framework within Eclipse. I still use it all the time, as I still find Eclipse a better C++ editor (although xcode is slowly catching up if you use the compile and use the latest LLVM). I recently decided to revisit it and update it to better fit the workflow I prefer, and fix issues I’ve over time found work arounds for.
With that I decided that it was time to give some new instructions so here they are. I’ll revisit this post with more details, but if pictures are a 1000 words this is a pretty big post.
- Select “General”, then select “Existing Projects Into Workspace”
- Browse to the project. Should look like this now
This part is tricky, but extremely important.Â
We must create a symbolic link that points to your specific Cinder path on your computer so we can reference it
- In terminal browse to directory where you downloaded the project
- enter: “ln -s abc123 CINDER_PATH_LINK”
- Where abc123 is the absolute path where you placed cinder
- enter: “Open .”
This is actually the most important step:
- Make beautiful things