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Integrated Java/C/C+ IDE [message #1394077] Fri, 04 July 2014 19:03 Go to next message
Arthur Schwarz is currently offline Arthur SchwarzFriend
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This is probably a really dumb question. I would like to get an integrated C/C++ and Java IDE (same IDE supporting C/C++ and Java). Eclipse used to allow downloading an integrated IDE but has, for some time, provided several independent IDE's. Is there some way to get a single Eclipse IDE to combine 2 or more IDE's for Java and C/C++ or do I have to have a separate IDE for each language?
Re: Integrated Java/C/C+ IDE [message #1394084 is a reply to message #1394077] Fri, 04 July 2014 19:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Doug Schaefer is currently offline Doug SchaeferFriend
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You can have a combined IDE. I use one that combines the Eclipse SDK, including Java, CDT, Android, JavaScript, and a bunch of other things all in one. It's a bit clunky to do but can be done. Just go to the Help -> Install New Software... menu item and bring up the install dialog.

First install one of them, Java or C/C++. Then after launching it, select the "Luna - http://download.eclipse.org/releases/luna" item in the "Work with:" selector. Then find the other IDE components you would like in the list and install it.

It's not a great experience and I plan on spending some time this summer working on a real installer and maybe get some of the bigger chunks into the Eclipse Marketplace which has a much nicer UI and experience. But I'm glad you brought this up because confirms for me that we need a good answer so people like yourself can get the IDE flavors you want without having to install multiple IDEs.
Re: Integrated Java/C/C+ IDE [message #1709746 is a reply to message #1394084] Wed, 30 September 2015 16:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
wen liu is currently offline wen liuFriend
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Doug Schaefer wrote on Fri, 04 July 2014 19:16
You can have a combined IDE. I use one that combines the Eclipse SDK, including Java, CDT, Android, JavaScript, and a bunch of other things all in one. It's a bit clunky to do but can be done. Just go to the Help -> Install New Software... menu item and bring up the install dialog.

First install one of them, Java or C/C++. Then after launching it, select the "Luna - http://download.eclipse.org/releases/luna" item in the "Work with:" selector. Then find the other IDE components you would like in the list and install it.

It's not a great experience and I plan on spending some time this summer working on a real installer and maybe get some of the bigger chunks into the Eclipse Marketplace which has a much nicer UI and experience. But I'm glad you brought this up because confirms for me that we need a good answer so people like yourself can get the IDE flavors you want without having to install multiple IDEs.



I can't find luna on help->work with, what can I do?
besides, are there any bugs/issues/problems after I install CDT?
I'm afraid CDT and JAVE EE won't coexist well with eath other?
Re: Integrated Java/C/C+ IDE [message #1717209 is a reply to message #1709746] Thu, 10 December 2015 18:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Todd Gillette is currently offline Todd GilletteFriend
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You'll find it under "Help" > "Install new software..."
The top line has the field "Work with:" with a drop-down to select a version of Eclipse.
Re: Integrated Java/C/C+ IDE [message #1717231 is a reply to message #1717209] Thu, 10 December 2015 21:33 Go to previous message
David Vavra is currently offline David VavraFriend
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Mars: http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/packages/release/Mars/1
Luna: http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/packages/release/Luna/SR2
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