eclipse integration problems

eclipse integration problems


I've been trying to use the Intel C++ compiler with Linux and eclipse. Regardless of what version of

eclipse I'm using, I still get an error when trying to create a new c++ project and try to review the Properties/C/C++ Build/Settings. I keep getting the same following error:

An error has occurred. See error log for more details.

It works for gnu c++, but not for intel compiler.

Some specifics:

I_ccompxe_intel64_2013.1.117 successfully installed

running CentOS6.3

juno eclipse for parallel development (indigo doesnt work as well)

Does anyone have any ideas as to how to fix this?

Has anyone gotten the intel c++ compiler to successfully integrate into linux+eclipse? If so, could they please share how they were able to do it?


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I have the exact same problem. GCC compiler doesn't give any problems accessing the C/C++ Build > Settings field in eclipse, but selection of the intel toolset causes the nullpointerexception and nothing shows up under the 'Tool Settings' tab.

Before starting Eclipse, users need to execute the Intel compiler environment setup script. From the problem descriptions, it sounds like you did not do that. Failing to run the setup script before starting Eclipse exposes a bug that was recently introduced in our integration which leads to the messy behavior you are seeing. The fix for that will be in the next update.

Hope that helps, Bill.

Thanks Bill, you were exactly right. That was a stupid oversight and I should have figured it out myself, sorry.

Thanks Bill, that's correct. The script has to be executed to get the environment set up for the intel compiler.


Thanks to all for their comments and suggestions!

Indeed, after executing the appropriate scripts to set up the environments properly, it's now working properly.

Specifically, I went to the directory where eclipse was installed, and execute the following:

$ source /opt/intel/composer_xe_2013.1.117/bin/ intel64
$ ./eclipse

Now eclipse launches and the build/settings page has intel compiler content.

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