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Log off your current terminal and on again to make changes take effect. Create a new folder may be located anywhere, but it is suggested to locate the folder next to your "source folder" usually named 'quocmesh' called the build or binary folder.
All executables will be placed in subfolders of this build folder. Create a file cmake. It allows you to select which parts of the quocmesh library you want to compile substitute for the old makefile. Alternatively you might want to use cmake. Run cmake in the build folder created above. As always there are two ways to do this. The first one is the command line procedure with. If one has installed a new library, one has to delete CMakeCache. Alternatively cmake-gui will present you a nice graphical frontend, where you can select options and specify additional paths to libraries.
After you have done your selection press first 'configure' and then 'generate'. See the introduction on cmake. Then select the root directory. If you DO have a SourceForge account and want read-write access to the repository, put your SourceForge username instead of "anonymous", fill in your password and change the connection type to "extssh".
Switch to the Java perspective, by clicking on the "Open Perspective" button. If you like, switch to Hierarchical Layout to make the package structure cleaner. You can run the bootstrapper from within joeq. There is a premade Bootstrap. Note that this will take a LOT of memory to bootstrap from within Eclipse. You can install it through the Eclipse update manager by following the instructions here.
Be sure to restart Eclipse after installing CDT! The Makefile is already set up to use gcc to compile and link the loader to the joeq object file. You may need to refresh after bootstrapping to get this to work correctly.