I already successfully installed the develop studio, but when I create open at project, it show the blank page. Here is the error message: “org.eclipse.ui.internal.dialogs.NewWizardSelectionPage cannot be cast to com.wavecom.openat.ide.ebs.ui.wizards.newproject.pages.SaveAndLoadablePage”
Then I want to compile from source. But I’m trying to download the source code of “Source for Open AT projects management 22.214.171.124212050851-R9957” from eclipse. After downloading it gives an error about signature. Error message: An error occurred while collecting items to be installed
session context was:(profile=epp.package.cpp, phase=org.eclipse.equinox.internal.p2.engine.phases.Collect, operand=, action=).
Problems downloading artifact: osgi.bundle,com.wavecom.openat.ide.devenv.branding.source,126.96.36.199212050851-R9957.
Error reading signed content:/tmp/signatureFile7663516400117832754.jar
An error occurred while processing the signatures for the file: /tmp/signatureFile7663516400117832754.jar
could you please give some suggestion? or is there anywhere else the source code available?
My system Kubuntu 13.04 64bit (Linux 3.8.0-27-generic, KDE 4.10.2)
I’ve installed Eclipse for C/C++ Developers (Eclipse Juno (4.2.2) version), then Developer Studio plug-ins. Then i try to make new project:
File->New->Project->Open AT Project. Fill the project settings and when i hit Next nothing happens…Can anyone help me please?
I also noticed that you’re running Ubuntu 13.04: we currently have a limitation on this distribution, causing the Target Management perspective to be not functional at all. The issue will be corrected in the next DS release, but meanwhile I’m afraid that you’ll be limited to applications development only on this host.
I had the same problem: Nothing happens if you click a button to create an OpenAT C Project, but I did installed all the required packages as described in the release notes.
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