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-* Right click RTSimpleApp in the Navigator pane in Eclipse and choose Import +  ​* Right click RTSimpleApp in the Navigator pane in Eclipse and choose Import 
-* Choose Existing Projects into Workspace and enter <your proton dir>​\RTSimpleApp\bbx as the root directory and choose Finish+  * Choose Existing Projects into Workspace and enter <your proton dir>​\RTSimpleApp\bbx as the root directory and choose Finish
  
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-Now, before we get crazy and start building it, set the config to Device-Release by right clicking the navigator ​pain and selecting Build Configurations->​Set Active->​Device-Release+Now, before we get crazy and start building it, set the config to Device-Release by right clicking the navigator ​pane and selecting Build Configurations->​Set Active->​Device-Release ​(or SimulatorDebug etc if you'd rather run it through their virtual sim stuff)
  
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 Ok, let's build!  ​ Ok, let's build!  ​
  
-* Right click RTSimpleApp in the Navigator pane and choose Build Project. ​ Click the "​Console"​ tab to see the build log in action.+  ​* Right click RTSimpleApp in the Navigator pane and choose Build Project. ​ Click the "​Console"​ tab to see the build log in action.
  
 Get a drink .. ok, it should have scared you with a lot of warnings but finished the build. Get a drink .. ok, it should have scared you with a lot of warnings but finished the build.
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 Now, let's get it on the device. Now, let's get it on the device.
  
-* Right click RTSimpleApp in the Navigator pane and choose Run As->1 BlackBerry Tablet OS C/C++ Application+  ​* Right click RTSimpleApp in the Navigator pane and choose Run As->1 BlackBerry Tablet OS C/C++ Application
  
 (Note: ​ Your device must have "Use Development Mode" enabled in Security from the configuration/​options panel and have a debug token setup.. presumably you know this because you did the tutorials as suggested above, RIGHT?!) (Note: ​ Your device must have "Use Development Mode" enabled in Security from the configuration/​options panel and have a debug token setup.. presumably you know this because you did the tutorials as suggested above, RIGHT?!)
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 ** Tips and notes ** ** Tips and notes **
  
-* If you change files outside of the project, you need to "​Refresh files" all the time in eclipse, it's pretty dumb +  ​* If you change files outside of the project, you need to "​Refresh files" all the time in eclipse, it's pretty dumb 
-* There are .bat files in the /bbx dir to help with code signing and stuff, but it can also all be done from within the IDE +  * There are .bat files in the /bbx dir to help with code signing and stuff, but it can also all be done from within the IDE 
-* I'd like to convert to a 100% make solution and ditch Eclipse at some point+  * I'd like to convert to a 100% make solution and ditch Eclipse at some point
  
  
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