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I have been using SystemC 2.3.1 with Ubuntu 17. With recent upgrade to Ubuntu 18 and SystemC 2.3.2, I am now unable to launch Eclipse. Error message led me to this link: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/3412617/java-lang-classnotfoundexception-org-eclipse-core-runtime-adaptor-eclipsestarte . Apparently Eclipse support for Ubuntu stopped at version 3.8, not the current 4.x. Support may be lacking going forward. Not sure whether it is worth staying with Eclipse. Please comment. Does anyone have experience with using Netbeans in Ubuntu for SystemC? Thanks!
Hi, everybody. I'm needing use netbeans IDE to develop systemC projects on windows 7. I installed the netbeans 7.3 and the cygwin with gcc 4.8. the systemC already be installed and working normally in cygwin (I already have used...). recently, I installed systemC on netbeans, that use cygwin compiler, and I can use normally too: netbeans "recognize the systemC language", compile and execute my projects. my only problem is that, on netbeans, the "sc_signal<bool>" is don't recognize. =S the "sc_signal<int>" work, "sc_signal<sc_logic>" work and all the others.... the code with "sc_signal<bool>" compile normally on the netbeans, but the signal of this type is always underlined in red, indicating an error. the problem is on netbeans, because the code compile without any error (with gcc of the cygwin)... on netbeans appear "Unable to resolve the identifier 'write'" (for example). can anyone help me? (if nobody understand, I can detail) sorry my english errors and thanks a lot.