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Test Driven Development for Embedded C

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Wednesday
Feb162011

Using Sublime Text IDE

Support is available for the Sublime Text editor in the form of a package/plugin for Ceedling.
This plugin relies on the standardization of rake tasks and project structure that Ceedling provides.

Sublime Text has now gone cross-platform, with Sublime Text 2. With that change, came an overhaul of the configuration files and plugin API. Refer to the appropriate section below for the proper goods.

Sublime Text 2 (S2)

The Ceedling plugin for S2 can be found at: https://github.com/SublimeText/Ceedling
It also requires the Rake plugin as well: https://github.com/SublimeText/Rake

Or, these packages can be much more easily installed and managed with Sublime Package Control

Sublime Text 1 (S1)

You can locate packages for Sublime Text 1 at: http://sublimetext.info/

The Ceedling plugin for S1 can be found at: http://sublime-text-community-packages.googlecode.com/svn/pages/Ceedling.html