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== Import Existing OE into Workspace ==
== Import Existing OE into Workspace ==
To access the Import Project wizard, select <tt>File -> Import...</tt> and select the <b>Import Bitbake Project</b> wizard from the general dialog like so:
== Create Recipe ==
== Create Recipe ==

Revision as of 18:32, 24 December 2009



This page is a work in progress.  

OpenEmbedded Tools for Eclipse (OTE) is a set of Eclipse plugins to make using OpenEmbedded from within Eclipse possible.


OTE is in a beta form. Functionality present within the plugins should work well, but development on them is fairly new. Bugs are expected!

Current Work

  • Documentation
  • Bug Fixes


Current available version is 0.7.0.



  • Numerous fixes in Create Project Wizard to sync to latest OE-Dev install.


OTE is licensed under the Eclipse Public License (EPL).


Sources are available at svn://


The OTE updatesite, used to install the plugins from within Eclipse:


OTE is designed to facilitate a set of typical actions or tasks that an OE developer would do.

Install OpenEmbedded

1. To install a new copy of OpenEmbedded, select the wizard from the File -> New... -> Other... menu. Ote create project wizard 1.png

2. Next, select the flavor of OpenEmbedded you wish to install. Ote create project wizard 2.png

3. Now specify configuration parameters. If fields are unfamiliar, leave the defaults and proceed. Ote create project wizard 3.png

4. Assuming all the necessary system tools are available, the wizard will download sources and configure your new OpenEmbedded install.

Ote create project wizard 4.png

5. Now by clicking finish, an Eclipse project will be created. It may take a few moments for Eclipse to index all the files in the project. Your workbench should look something like this:

Ote workbench 1.png

Import Existing OE into Workspace

To access the Import Project wizard, select File -> Import... and select the Import Bitbake Project wizard from the general dialog like so:

Create Recipe

Edit Recipe

Editor templates and hover-over information

Build Recipe

Import Recipe sources as new project

Browse OE variables

Personal tools

OE services