Getting started with the Open RVC-CAL Compiler will only take you 5 minutes!
Orcc requires the Eclipse environment, which runs on the Java platform. If you do not have a Java Runtime Environment (JRE) yet, you will need to install it, either from your package manager, or from the website. You need at least the version 1.6.
We recommend that you use Sun’s JRE or OpenJDK on Linux too, as we have had problems with GCJ. Be sure to add the JRE to the PATH before other folders if you want it to be found rather than exising JREs.
Eclipse is an extensible platform programmed in Java that allows developers to write their own IDE (Integrated Development Environment). Orcc is compatible with Eclipse version greater than or equal to 4.3. You can download Eclipse here.
-Xmx512mat the end of eclipse.ini).
To install Orcc, you can use the Eclipse Software Update Manager. To do that,
You have now a working installation of Orcc, you can download and compile the proposed open-source applications or write your own program in RVC-CAL...
Install Orcc from the update site http://orcc.sf.net/eclipse/
Whether you need (or want to offer) help or advice, or if you just want to discuss/chat about Orcc, feel free to contact us!
Most of the team is based in Europe, so you might expect people to be connected and answer mail during the day (GMT+1).