- Host Configuration
- Runtime Node Configuration
- SDF Configuration
- Managing the Runtime
- Logfile Management
- Application Development
- Dynamic Driver Development
- Ecosystem Tools
An Integrated Development Environment (IDE) assists the developer with a built-in compiler that provides in-line code assistance. Other built-in features link to documentation contained within the PolySync API header files.
Most IDEs can be configured to read the header files. PolySync’s C developers commonly prefer NetBeans 8.1.
Download and install the IDE. The next step is to create a new project, or start a project with existing source code. Each project is an application that can have any number of header files─or include directories─attached.
To configure the IDE for PolySync application development:
- Start a new NetBeans project, or create a project from existing source files
- Right-click on the project name from the ‘Projects’ tab in the left-panel
- Go to the
- Add the two absolute paths
PSYNC_HOME should be converted to an absolute path. The default path is
IDE Node Execution
The following variables need to be defined in the IDE build environment, for PolySync nodes to properly execute within the IDE’s environment.