CUTE not being properly installed in Mac OS X

Added by Xiong Zhou about 4 years ago

Hi!
The features provided by CUTE is exciting, and I'm trying it out.
But there seems to be some problems with the latest version.

I installed CUTE from Eclipse market place. But it's not properly installed.
CUTE headers can't be found and there are no options for new CUTE projects.

My system specification is:

clang:
Apple LLVM version 5.1 (clang-503.0.40) (based on LLVM 3.4svn)
Target: x86_64-apple-darwin13.2.0
Thread model: posix

cute: 4.7.0
elipse: 4.3.2
os x: 10.9.3
cdt: 8.3.0

Thanks!
Xiong.


Replies (3)

RE: CUTE not being properly installed in Mac OS X - Added by Thomas Corbat almost 4 years ago

Hi Xiong

Thanks for reporting the problem. We recently had some issues with CUTE on the marketplace. But the should be solved by now.

I just tried to reproduce your problem:
- Download and extract Eclipse CDT from eclipse.org. Eclipse version 4.3.2; CDT version 8.3.0
- Install CUTE through the marketplace. Version 4.7.0

All on MacOS X 10.8.5, but I guess that should not make a huge difference.

On my computer everything worked properly.

To further investigate the problem: You say CUTE has not been installed properly. Has there been any error message? Do you see the the CUTE icon in the "About Eclipse" dialog? And do you have "CUTE C++ Unit Testing Easier" listed in the installed software?

As a sidenote, in the latest CUTE release we got rid of the separation of the Header plug-ins. They are now integrated into the CUTE plug-in itself, as it makes less sense to always provide the obsolete headers too.

Regards
Thomas

RE: CUTE not being properly installed in Mac OS X - Added by Xiong Zhou almost 4 years ago

Hi Thomas,

Thank you for your patience!

There is a 'CUTE C++ Unit Testing Easier' in the welcome page, but I can only find 'CUTE Suit File' in the 'New' wizard.

I've upgraded Eclipse to Luna, but the problem remains.

Regards,
Xiong

RE: CUTE not being properly installed in Mac OS X - Added by Thomas Corbat almost 4 years ago

Hi Xiong

What you describe sounds like the "New" submenu in the "File" menu. That's true there is only the possibility to directly create a suite file. If you want to create a CUTE project you need to select "C++ Project". There will be a category "CUTE" in the wizard.

Regards
Thomas

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