Failed to run BridgePoint Modeler on Mac

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September 27, 2019 at 10:19 am #6300

Sean Kavanagh
Member

Hi All,

Since I’m having problems getting BridgePoint Developer to build on my Mac, I downloaded the BridgePoint Modeler and tried to run that. It starts up but reports multiple problems in Console:

Errors occurred during the build.
Errors running builder ‘Integrated External Tool Builder’ on project ‘org.xtuml.bp.ui.session’.
Launch configuration type id “org.eclipse.ant.AntBuilderLaunchConfigurationType” does not exist.
Possible causes:
Missing specification of a launch type (missing plug-in)
Incorrect launch configuration XML
Launch configuration type id “org.eclipse.ant.AntBuilderLaunchConfigurationType” does not exist.
Possible causes:
Missing specification of a launch type (missing plug-in)
Incorrect launch configuration XML

Any help would be appreciated.

Regards, Sean.

September 27, 2019 at 10:58 am #6301

Sean Kavanagh
Member

Note, xtUML Modeler does run but I’m not sure what functionality is broken because of build errors in console.

Regards, Sean.

September 27, 2019 at 11:36 am #6302

Lee Riemenschneider
Participant

Bob Mulvey and I worked with Sean in the chat, and it turns out he was starting in the workspace he had previously created to build the developer version of BridgePoint. This is why the modeler version was trying to build something on launch. Sean created a new workspace and solved that issue.

I just looked at the example projects in the latest nightly (Build id: 2019-07-26 12:26), and they need to be modified to build them. Here are the steps:
(RMB means Right Mouse Button Click (opens the content menu))
(For GPS Watch, this only needs to be done to the GPS_Watch project)
1. Select the project and Open Project->Properties and choose Builders
2. Select (highlighted; don’t uncheck anything) the “Missing builder (org.xtuml.bp.mc.c.binary.export_builder)” and “Model Compiler” and Remove them
3. Apply and close
4. RMB the project and choose BridgePoint Utilities->Set Model Compilers
5. Select MC-3020 (C Model Compiler) for C/C++/SystemC, or MASL Exporter for MASL projects.
5.1 If MC-3020 select Next> then choose the Target language. You don’t need to check the Convert … box
6. Select Finish
7. In Project->Properties, Builders, you should now see the model compiler you chose.

September 27, 2019 at 2:26 pm #6303

Sean Kavanagh
Member

Thanks to Lee and Bob for help on this topic.

Regards, Sean.

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