DVT VHDL IDE User Guide
Rev. 19.1.35, 18 October 2019
C and C++ support is provided on top of the C Development Tooling Eclipse (CDT) plugin. DVT provides the following features on top of CDT:
The CDT plugin is already bundled in DVT KIT distributions, and has to be enabled using the dvt_kit_installer.sh script:
dvt_kit_installer.sh install CDT
This command installs the CDT plugin and the DVT CDT Integration plugin as well.
Right click on a project and choose Change DVT Nature:
During full build, DVT collects the following C/C++ specific directives from your build configuration file and uses them to configure CDT and to scan for all included C/C++ files:
The gcc args mentioned above are also collected from the strings passed to the following build configuration directives:
The C/C++ sources located outside the project directory are automatically linked inside the project under the DVT Auto-Linked folder.
The C/C++ sources located inside the project but not included by the C/C++ top files specified in the build configuration are automatically excluded from the CDT build.
The following DVT specific build configuration directives are available: