1.2 Launching Eclipse
How you launch Eclipse depends on your platform.
To launch Eclipse:
- On Windows,
If you installed
the shortcut during installation, you can select Eclipse
for DS-5 in the Applications menu.
If you did not install the shortcut during installation:
PATH environment variable. If it is already
configured then you can skip this step.
- Open Unix bash shell.
eclipse at the prompt.
When Eclipse launches for the first time, the Workspace
Launcher dialog box opens. This enables you to select your workspace and accept
the default settings. After you select your workspace, click OK. You are then presented with the Welcome screen.
Some features of the workbench are translated into different
languages.You can download language packs from the Eclipse website
There are two ways to launch the workbench with a different
- If your operating system is running in the language that you want to use, then
the workbench automatically displays the translated features.
If your operating system is not running in the language that you want to use,
then you must specify the
-nl command-line argument when launching
For example, to use the Japanese language pack, enter: