Do you want to hack Apache Mynewt but do not know which IDE to use? Here is a short tutorial on how to configure Eclipse for working with Mynewt.
Using this setup you will have nicely working code indexer, integrated debugger and some other tools. Actually you will probably not need to use console anymore except for project configuration 🙂
Before you start, make sure you have Mynewt environment set properly and Eclipse CDT installed. This tutorial was created with Eclipse Neon (4.6.2), but previous versions should work as well – we also use it with Eclipse Mars without problems.
And final important note: it was tested on
develop branch only.