Make sure you have Jython installed. To download Jython, and for installation
instructions, go to http://www.jython.org/. This document is written with reference to
Jython 2.5.3, but later versions should also work.
Make sure you have the PyDev plugin installed into your Eclipse IDE. To download
PyDev, and for installation instructions, go to http://pydev.org/. Make sure you
configure PyDev to know about the Jython version you have installed.
The example project DTSLPythonExample is in the DTSLExamples.zip file. You can import DTSLPythonExample directly into your Eclipse workspace. You must also
import DTSL.zip into your Eclipse workspace. After
importing them, change the project configuration to refer to your DTSL library
- Select the DTSLPythonExample within the Eclipse Project Explorer, right click
it, and select Properties.
- Select 'PyDev – PYTHONPATH' from the properties list.
- Click the String Substitution Variables
- Replace the DTSL variable value with the path to your DTSL library location.
The example project also contains two launch configurations for running the
program. One configuration uses the DS-5 configdb board
specification, and the other refers directly to the files in the configdb. The project
contains a configdb extension, which contains the Keil MCBSTM32 entries compatible with
NoteIf you use your own Eclipse (non DS-5) installation, then you must set the DS-5
installation location within the DS-5 preferences. This value is used within the
provided launch configurations.
The readme.txt file contained within the
project has more information.