As far as I understand due to utter lack of community support Janje is NOT coming back and the Sloeber Website will expire some time in June (or was it July ?)Jantje's Patreon account has already been closed.It takes resources to create a powerful too such as Sloeber.Thousands of people used the tool every day for tenthousands of compiles. Many demanded features often in a very disrespectful tone, yet very few felt compelled to donate even one dollar through Patreon.Sloeber might have been free software but what the free stands for is freedom of choice, not free like free beer. There are many more vocal takers in the one source community than there are actually contributors.
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Sorry to hear that development has stopped.I just came to Shoeber recently having managed to get Eclipse running on my Linux box following a recommendation. However I have been having problems getting the Shleober plug-in running properly and recognizing my imported project. I couldn't follow the instructions in the opening post here because all of the example images are now missing. That post also mentions that the plug-in is only supported on Windows, so maybe this is the reason I am having difficulty? I didn't get any answers to my questions about the plug-in on the Eclipse forum. Perhaps the halt in development has dried up any remaining support?Whatever the case, it looks like I will now need to find an alternative approach, but it is sad to see the project being abandoned by the author due to a lack of support.
Thank you for your reply. Unfortunately I have received absolutely no replies to my questions on the Eclipse forum so I still have no way forward. That in in itself is telling I think.
Juraj, thank you. Basically, I have installed Eclipse (after some difficulty) on my Linux Mint 19.2 machine. I then installed the Sloeber plugin from within Eclipse. Wasn't sure which one to install as there were two entries with the same version number but different download file sizes. I just picked one and installed it.I then imported an existing Arduino project into Eclipse. It consists of one .ino file, one .h file and one .cpp file. The project seems to have imported into Eclipse OK and the files show in the tree on the left hand side, but Sloeber/Eclipse does not recognize it as an Arduino project. This is probably why nothing else works and many options are greyed out in the Shoeber plugin. How do configure Eclipse/Sloeber so that it recognizes my Arduino project for what it is? I see nothing obvious anywhere. Perhaps if I can get past that, then the rest may fall into place.