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-How to setup a Target Explorer development environment
-======================================================
-
-1. Download and extract the Eclipse SDK environment
- - Download the Eclipse Classic 4.2 SDK package from http://www.eclipse.org/downloads
- - Extract the downloaded archive
-
- Note: To build the Target Explorer plug-in's, you need to have a Java SE 6 JDK installed.
- The use of Java 6 language features is permitted.
-
-2. Add the EGit team provider and the C/C++ tooling
- - Launch Eclipse
- - Open the "Install" dialog via "Help > Install New Software ..."
- - Select the Eclipse 4.2.x release site (http://download.eclipse.org/releases/juno).
- If not in the list, add it.
- - Choose the EGit team provider
- * Collaboration > Eclipse EGit and
- * Collaboration > Eclipse JGit
- - Choose the C/C++ tooling (Programming Languages > C/C++ Development Tools)
- - Install the additional components and restart Eclipse
-
-3. Import the code formatter settings
- - Window > Preferences > Java > Code Style > Formatter > Import...
- - Import from org.eclipse.tm.te.docs/team/CodeFormatterSettings.xml.
-
-4. Import the team project set
- - Import the project set from org.eclipse.tm.te.docs/team/projectSets/tm-te-all.psf
-
-5. Git setup for correct userid as per
- - http://wiki.eclipse.org/Platform-releng/Git_Workflows#Configure_the_workspace
-
-6. Git setup the repo as per
- - http://wiki.eclipse.org/Platform-releng/Git_Workflows#Configuring_the_repo
-
+How to setup a Target Explorer development environment
+======================================================
+
+1. Download and extract the Eclipse SDK environment
+ - Download the Eclipse Classic 4.x SDK package from http://www.eclipse.org/downloads
+ - Extract the downloaded archive
+
+ Note: To build the Target Explorer plug-in's, you need to have a Java SE 6 JDK installed.
+ The use of Java 6 language features is permitted.
+
+2. Add the EGit team provider and the C/C++ tooling
+ - Launch Eclipse
+ - Open the "Install" dialog via "Help > Install New Software ..."
+ - Select the Eclipse 4.x release site (http://download.eclipse.org/releases/juno).
+ If not in the list, add it.
+ - Choose the EGit team provider
+ * Collaboration > Eclipse EGit and
+ * Collaboration > Eclipse JGit
+ - Choose the C/C++ tooling (Programming Languages > C/C++ Development Tools)
+ - Install the additional components and restart Eclipse
+
+3. Import the code formatter settings
+ - Window > Preferences > Java > Code Style > Formatter > Import...
+ - Import from org.eclipse.tm.te.docs/team/CodeFormatterSettings.xml.
+
+4. Import the team project set
+ - Import the project set from org.eclipse.tm.te.docs/team/projectSets/projectSet.psf
+
+5. Git setup for correct userid as per
+ - http://wiki.eclipse.org/Platform-releng/Git_Workflows#Configure_the_workspace
+
+6. Git setup the repo as per
+ - http://wiki.eclipse.org/Platform-releng/Git_Workflows#Configuring_the_repo
+

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