Eclipse 32 Bit C++

  1. Visual C++ 32 Bit
  2. Eclipse 32 Bit Sdk

Package Description

The essential tools for any Java developer, including a Java IDE, a CVS client, XML Editor and Mylyn.

This package includes:

Eclipse C Since you already have the compiler toolchain installed and available, you can compile C/C project and get coding, but you will likely want to set up an IDE to make things easier. There are many options including NetBeans, Qt Creator, CodeBocks, CLion. Mosquitto Enhancements. These projects can be used to add extra features to Mosquitto. Management Center: A web UI for managing Mosquitto instances.In particular, this offers a convenient UI for managing clients, groups and roles as in the new Dynamic Security plugin. Cross compiling with Eclipse for C and C Part 1 - Using Eclipse on X86 Linux to cross compile C & C for ARM Linux. These instructions show how to install the Linux version of Eclipse, either on the latest Debian (Jessie) or Ubuntu (16.04).

  • org.eclipse.cvs
  • org.eclipse.equinox.p2.user.ui
  • org.eclipse.jdt
  • org.eclipse.platform
  • org.eclipse.rcp
  • org.eclipse.wst.xml_ui.feature
  • org.eclipse.mylyn.ide_feature
  • org.eclipse.mylyn.java_feature
  • org.eclipse.mylyn.bugzilla_feature
  • org.eclipse.mylyn.context_feature
  • org.eclipse.mylyn_feature
  • org.eclipse.mylyn.wikitext_feature
  • org.eclipse.epp.package.common.feature

Pay attention to what your system configuration is? 32 bit or 64 bit. Install accordingly. Extract eclipse and cut the Eclipse folder; I created folders SAP ADT in the ‘Program files’ in ‘C: ’ drive. So, the path looks like: ‘C: Program Files SAP ADT’ and pasted the Eclipse folder here. And created a desktop shortcut.

Maintained by: Eclipse Mylyn Project

Windows 32-bitx86_64
macOS 32-bit Linux 32-bitx86_64

Windows 32-bit: MD5 - SHA1
Windows 64-bit: MD5 - SHA1
Mac OS X (Cocoa) 32-bit: MD5 - SHA1
Mac OS X (Cocoa) 64-bit: MD5 - SHA1
Linux 32-bit: MD5 - SHA1
Linux 64-bit: MD5 - SHA1


Bug IDTitleStatus
516739Add WindowBuilder to Java package againNEW
513809[wiring] HttpComponents wiring issueNEW
509799Symantec reports a Trojan SONAR.AM.C!g24 in eclipseNEW
508091Duplicate options in Eclipse.iniNEW
521514Add 'Eclipse News' RSS feed to Java PackageNEW
522649News feed plugin not installed on upgrade installsNEW
536469Use png with transparent icon in the about dialog of Java EPP (and others if applicable)NEW
530698Using weka apiNEW
526611win64 version missingNEW
498457FileNotFoundException : org.eclipse.ui_3.108.0.v20160518-1929.jarNEW
489296Improve out-of-box experience for non-english localesNEW
386806New Eclipse Icon not used by Eclipse 4.2 on Windows 7NEW
374170bugs when updating softwareNEW
364551setup automated tests for Java EPP packageNEW
414381Failed to load the JNI shared library 'C:ogramFilesJavajre6binclientjvm.dll'NEW
458646Problème démarrage EclipseNEW
355002EPP packages need stylingNEW
473585Help system broken after updating from Luna to MarsNEW
487713FileNotFoundException: introData.xmlNEW
382232Add 'EGit Import' to EPP package with EGitASSIGNED
487722Dead link for 'Remote Help': Topic not foundREOPENED

Bugs listed in italics indicate the bug has been moved to another project.

Bug IDTitleStatus
382804Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V shortcuts don't work while editing Android XMLRESOLVED
492163Add Maven to java packageRESOLVED
383193Taskbar icon doesn't show Android build progressRESOLVED
490044[Welcome] Adopt Solstice theme for Java packageRESOLVED
386686the Mobile package should include the Mylyn Bugzilla connectorRESOLVED
365594add code recommenders to java packageRESOLVED
358692Eclipse java package crash in Ubuntu 11.0.4RESOLVED
356126fix Mylyn repository URLs in EPP packages for IndigoRESOLVED
356349update Mylyn URLs for JunoRESOLVED
357020add Mylyn Hudson/Jenkins connector to Java packageRESOLVED
357332Annotations not shown on overview rulerRESOLVED
389113Unable to Launch Eclipse after download and setup: 'The Eclipse executable launcher was unable to locate its companion shared library.'RESOLVED
406246zip compression errorRESOLVED
468598Mars RC1 Mac packages are damagedRESOLVED
535504Open file feature broken in Photon RC2 EPP packagesRESOLVED
474204Include Buildship as part of Java packageRESOLVED
534617[Photon] [java] Add Tip of the Day to the Java PackageRESOLVED
528429m2e to download sources by defaultRESOLVED
194805add Error Log view to Java EPP distributionRESOLVED
432716Consider org.eclipse.recommenders.mylyn.rcp.feature for inclusion into Java packageRESOLVED
436206Re-enable Marketplace Client in Java PackageRESOLVED
481475Scroll lock button being disabledRESOLVED
350079EGit should be by included in Java packageRESOLVED
355058update repository locations for JunoRESOLVED
275767[Galileo M7] FileNotFoundException when updating MylynRESOLVED
275719[Galileo M7] packages do not have dropins folderRESOLVED
279203Add and enable Mylyn update site by defaultRESOLVED
281448[update] manager talking to update sites not availableRESOLVED
549138Mylyn cannot be removed from Java IDE packageRESOLVED
275558[Galileo M7] welcome view is not displayed on first startupRESOLVED
275523[Galileo M7] features appear twice in the about dialogRESOLVED
246466Missing/extra update sites when installing in either C:program file or C:RESOLVED
248976'IDE for Java Developers' package is too restrictive by specifying Java 1.5 as requiredRESOLVED
275520[Galileo M7] package does not have any update sitesRESOLVED
275521Improve branding for Galileo java packageRESOLVED
297341EPP web page 'Download Milestone' link points to old buildsRESOLVED
287566error on update after clean installRESOLVED
341705I tried to load the eclipse environment in Win Vista OS and got problems restoring workbench..RESOLVED
343869Add WindowBuilder Core and Swing to the Java packageRESOLVED
346703Inclusion of m2e marketplace on help menu causing confusionRESOLVED
348157intrusive 'preview?' dialog on startup, from WindowBuilderRESOLVED
340312Indigo Java package logs lots of outputRESOLVED
334180package contains duplicate (and modified?) bundlesRESOLVED
313818Bugzilla connector does not load on Java 1.5 due to missing java.xml.bind bundleRESOLVED
306817Cannot update from M5 to Eclipse 3.6 M6RESOLVED
311613java IDE / m6 / linux has an EclispeCon splash screen?RESOLVED
507104Include EclEmma in Java PackageRESOLVED
507515Issue encountered when updating and reinstalling ABAP Development tools on NEON version.CLOSED
532067Open BugsCLOSED
530726Mac OS X(Cocoa)64位下载连接无效CLOSED
515622Eclipse will not runCLOSED
526343Constantly returning error message when opening the programCLOSED
501518Exception while updating external foldersCLOSED
521654Getting error while starting Apache serverCLOSED
529170MacOs didnt open the programCLOSED
548444The Java GUI is too bigCLOSED
497204resource in project, but error says not openCLOSED
547604Can't Install softwareCLOSED
548562I am not able to update because of unfound repositories.CLOSED
551635I can't run eclipse without having a bug on it.CLOSED
5434642018-12 Installation ErrorCLOSED
543054Eclipse crashing while looking at filesCLOSED
540168java 11CLOSED
539041Unable to InstallCLOSED
541760Missing Java Developer links for 2018-12 M3CLOSED
542080Problems occurred when invoking code from plug-in: ''.CLOSED, the File cannot be deletedCLOSED
534760Simple compilation fails in Eclipse Oxygen.3aCLOSED
457081Add Error Reporting to Java PackageCLOSED
435919Add 'Eclipse Code Recommenders' to 'This package includes' listCLOSED
435449Add org.eclipse.recommenders.snipmatch.rcp.feature to java-packageCLOSED
436109update java package maintainer informationCLOSED
455363Allow users to uninstall features from a packageCLOSED
461540Unarchiving errorCLOSED
414385the eclipsec executable launcher was unable to locate its companion shared libraryCLOSED
384532The Eclipse executable launcher was unable to locate its companion shared libraryCLOSED
330226Inclusion of m2eCLOSED
304968LinkageError when trying to use Eclipse to run (PDE) Ant scriptsCLOSED
349028fix provider name for org.eclipse.wb.discovery.*CLOSED
353613Add EGit 1.1 to java-packageCLOSED
381216Zip file for Java IDE RC1 package requires a password?CLOSED
470912p2 can't find epp repo for Mars releaseCLOSED
482285Mars.1 splash screen does not show progress bar after using consoleCLOSED
484535An error removing AppEngine from the projectCLOSED
494695Didn't update from old versionCLOSED
495806Suboptimal 'Visit' link on About Eclipse Features pageCLOSED
480756Switch to root level features to allow users to remove unwanted featuresCLOSED
476546Eclipse Mars.1 RC2 for Java Developers includes CVS cheat sheets but no CVS supportCLOSED
476553Installed Code Recommenders Snipmatch and Mylyn Integration features do not *show* under Installation DetailsCLOSED
477195Maintainer/tester information outdatedCLOSED
497192Eclipse Mars does not open in Windows 10 ProCLOSED

Bugs listed in italics indicate the bug has been moved to another project.


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Testing Details

Eclipse is an open-source Integrated Development Environment (IDE) supported by IBM. The mother site is @ Eclipse is popular for Java project development. It also supports C/C++, PHP, Python, Perl, and other web project developments via extensible plug-ins. Eclipse is cross-platform and runs under Windows, Linux and Mac OS.

Eclipse 32 Bit C++

How to Install Eclipse C/C++ Development Tool (CDT) 8.1.2 for Eclipse 4.2.2 (Juno)

Step 0: Install MinGW GCC or Cygwin GCC

Visual C++ 32 Bit

To use Eclipse for C/C++ programming, you need a C/C++ compiler. On Windows, you could install either MinGW GCC or Cygwin GCC. Choose MinGW if you are not sure, because MinGW is lighter and easier to install, but having less features.

  1. MinGW GCC: Read 'How to Install MinGW'.
  2. Cygwin GCC: Read 'How to Install Cygwin'. Make sure that you select 'gcc', 'g++', 'gdb', and 'make' packages under the 'Devel' (Development) category - these packages are not part of the default installation.
Step 1: Install Eclipse C/C++ Development Tool (CDT)

Two ways to install CDT, depending on whether you have previously installed an Eclipse:

  1. If you have already installed 'Eclipse for Java Developers' or other Eclipse packages, you could install the CDT plug-in as follows:
    Launch Eclipse ⇒ Help ⇒ Install New Software ⇒ In 'Work with' field, pull down the drop-down menu and select 'Kepler -' (or juno for Eclipse 4.2; or helios for Eclipse 3.7).
    In 'Name' box, expand 'Programming Language' node ⇒ Check 'C/C++ Development Tools' ⇒ 'Next' ⇒ .. ⇒ 'Finish'.
  2. If you have not install any Eclipse package, you could download 'Eclipse IDE for C/C++ Developers' from, and unzip the downloaded file into a directory of your choice.
Step 2: Configuration

You do NOT need to do any configuration, as long as the Cygwin or MinGW binaries are included in the PATH environment variable. CDT searches the PATH to discover the C/C++ compilers.

Writing your First C/C++ Program in Eclipse

C++ Program

Step 0: Launch Eclipse
  1. Start Eclipse by running 'eclipse.exe' in the Eclipse installed directory.
  2. Choose an appropriate directory for your workspace (i.e., where you would like to save your works).
  3. If the 'welcome' screen shows up, close it by clicking the 'close' button.
Step 1: Create a new C++ Project

For each C++ application, you need to create a project to keep all the source codes, object files, executable files, and relevant resources.

To create a new C++ project:

  1. Choose 'File' menu ⇒ 'New' ⇒ Project.. ⇒ C/C++ ⇒ C++ project.
  2. The 'C++ Project' dialog pops up.
    1. In 'Project name' field, enter 'FirstProject'.
    2. In 'Project Types' box, select 'Executable' ⇒ 'Empty Project'.
    3. In 'Toolchains' box, choose your compiler, e.g., 'Cygwin GCC' or 'MinGW GCC' ⇒ Next.
  3. The 'Select Configurations' dialog appears. Select both 'Debug' and 'Release' ⇒ Finish.
Step 2: Write a Hello-world C++ Program
  1. In the 'Project Explorer' (leftmost panel) ⇒ Right-click on 'FirstProject' (or use the 'File' menu) ⇒ New ⇒ Source File.
  2. The 'New Source File' dialog pops up.
    1. In 'Source file' field, enter 'Hello.cpp'.
    2. Click 'Finish'.
  3. The source file 'Hello.cpp' opens on the editor panel (double-click on 'test.cpp' to open if necessary). Enter the following codes:
If 'Unresolved Inclusion Error'

If error 'unresolved inclusion' appears next to #include statement, the 'include paths for headers' are not set properly. Select 'Project' menu ⇒ Properties ⇒ C/C++ General ⇒ Paths and Symbols ⇒ In 'Includes' tab:

For Cygwin GCC:

  1. 'Add' the following directories to 'GNU C', where $CYGWIN_HOME is your Cygwin installed directory:
    • $CYGWIN_HOMElibgcci686-pc-cygwin4.5.xinclude
    • $CYGWIN_HOMElibgcci686-pc-cygwin4.5.xinclude-fixed
    • $CYGWIN_HOMEusrinclude
    • $CYGWIN_HOMEusrincludew32api
  2. 'Add' the following directories to 'GNU C++', where $CYGWIN_HOME is your Cygwin installed directory:
    • $CYGWIN_HOMElibgcci686-pc-cygwin4.5.xincludec++
    • $CYGWIN_HOMElibgcci686-pc-cygwin4.5.xincludec++i686-pc-cygwin
    • $CYGWIN_HOMElibgcci686-pc-cygwin4.5.xincludec++backward
    • $CYGWIN_HOMElibgcci686-pc-cygwin4.5.xinclude
    • $CYGWIN_HOMElibgcci686-pc-cygwin4.5.xinclude-fixed
    • $CYGWIN_HOMEusrinclude
    • $CYGWIN_HOMEusrincludew32api

For MinGW GCC:

  1. 'Add' the following directories to 'GNU C', where $MINGW_HOME is your MinGW installed directory:
    • $MINGW_HOMElibgccmingw324.6.xinclude
    • $MINGW_HOMEinclude
    • $MINGW_HOMElibgccmingw324.6.xinclude-fixed
  2. 'Add' the following directories to 'GNU C++', where $MINGW_HOME is your Cygwin installed directory:
    • $MINGW_HOMElibgccmingw324.6.xincludec++
    • $MINGW_HOMElibgccmingw324.6.xincludec++mingw32
    • $MINGW_HOMElibgccmingw324.6.xincludec++backward
    • $MINGW_HOMElibgccmingw324.6.xinclude
    • $MINGW_HOMEinclude
    • $MINGW_HOMElibgccmingw324.6.xinclude-fixed

NOTE: To find the header paths, you can do a search on headers such as 'stdio.h' (for C) and 'iostream' (for C++) under the Cygwin or MinGW installed directory.

Note: If you encounter 'error while loading shared libraries' during link. Install 'libmpfr4' in cygwin.
Step 3: Compile/Build

Right-click on the 'FirstProject' (or use the 'Project' menu) ⇒ choose 'Build Project' to compile and link the program.

Step 4: Run

To run the program, right-click on the 'FirstProject' (or anywhere on the source 'test.cpp', or select the 'Run' menu) ⇒ Run As ⇒ Local C/C++ Application ⇒ (If ask, choose Cygwin's gdb debugger) ⇒ The output 'Hello, world!' appears on the 'Console' panel.

NOTE: You need to create a new C++ project for EACH of your programming problems. This is messy for writing toy programs!

C Program

Follow the same steps as above. Create a 'C Project' (instead of 'C++ Project'). Try the following Hello-world program (called 'Hello.c').

C++ Program with Makefile

In the previous examples, we use so-called managed-make where Eclipse automatically generated a makefile to build the program. We can also choose to write our own makefile for complete control of the building process.

Step 1: Create a C++ Makefile Project

From 'File' menu ⇒ New ⇒ Project.. ⇒ C/C++ ⇒ C++ project ⇒ In 'Project name', enter 'HelloCppMakefile' ⇒ In 'Project type', choose 'Makefile Project ', 'Empty Project' ⇒ In 'Toolchains', choose 'Cygwin GCC' or 'MinGW GCC'. Ignore the warning message.

Step 2: Write a C++ Program

Right-click on the project ⇒ New ⇒ Source File ⇒ In 'Source file', enter 'Hello.cpp' ⇒ Enter the following source codes:

Step 3: Write a Makefile

Right-click on the project ⇒ New ⇒ File ⇒ In 'File name', enter 'makefile' ⇒ Enter the following codes. Take note that you need to use a Tab (NOT Spaces) for the indent.

Step 4: Build the Project

Right-click on the project ⇒ Build Project.

Step 5: Run the Program

Right-click on the project ⇒ Run As ⇒ Local C/C++ Application.

[TODO] Write a makefile to compile toy-programs under one project.

Read the Documentation

At a minimum, you SHOULD browse through Eclipse's 'Workbench User Guide' and 'C/C++ Development User Guide' - accessible via the Eclipse's 'Welcome' page or 'Help' menu. This will save you many agonizing hours trying to figure out how to do some things later.

Debugging C/C++ Programs in Eclipse CDT

Able to use a graphics debugger to debug program is crucial in programming. It could save you countless of hours guessing on what went wrong.

Step 0: Write a C++ Program - The following program computes and prints the factorial of n (=1*2*3*..*n). The program, however, has a logical error and produce a wrong answer for n=20 ('The Factorial of 20 is -2102132736' - a negative number?!).

Let us use the graphic debugger to debug the program.

Step 1: Set an Initial Breakpoint - A breakpoint suspends program execution for you to examine the internal states (e.g., value of variables) of the program. Before starting the debugger, you need to set at least one breakpoint to suspend the execution inside the program. Set a breakpoint at main() function by double-clicking on the left-margin of the line containing main(). A blue circle appears in the left-margin indicating a breakpoint is set at that line.

Step 2: Start Debugger - Right click on the project (or use the 'Run' menu) ⇒ 'Debug As' ⇒ 'Local C/C++ Application' ⇒ choose 'Yes' to switch into 'Debug' perspective (A perspective is a particular arrangement of panels to suits a certain development task such as editing or debugging). The program begins execution but suspends its operation at the breakpoint, i.e., the main() function.

As illustrated in the following diagram, the highlighted line (also pointed to by a blue arrow) indicates the statement to be executed in the next step.

Step 3: Step-Over and Watch the Variables and Outputs - Click the 'Step Over' button (or select 'Step Over' from 'Run' menu) to single-step thru your program. At each of the step, examine the value of the variables (in the 'Variable' panel) and the outputs produced by your program (in the 'Console' Panel), if any. You can also place your cursor at any variable to inspect the content of the variable.

Single-stepping thru the program and watching the values of internal variables and the outputs produced is the ultimate mean in debugging programs - because it is exactly how the computer runs your program!

Step 4: Breakpoint, Run-To-Line, Resume and Terminate - As mentioned, a breakpoint suspends program execution and let you examine the internal states of the program. To set a breakpoint on a particular statement, double-click the left-margin of that line (or select 'Toggle Breakpoint' from 'Run' menu).

'Resume' continues the program execution, up to the next breakpoint, or till the end of the program.

'Single-step' thru a loop with a large count is time-consuming. You could set a breakpoint at the statement immediately outside the loop (e.g., Line 12 of the above program), and issue 'Resume' to complete the loop.

Alternatively, you can place the cursor on a particular statement, and issue 'Run-To-Line' from the 'Run' menu to continue execution up to the line.

'Terminate' ends the debugging session. Always terminate your current debugging session using 'Terminate' or 'Resume' till the end of the program.

Step 5: Switching Back to C/C++ perspective - Click the 'C/C++' perspective icon on the upper-right corner to switch back to the 'C/C++' perspective for further programming (or 'Window' menu ⇒ Open Perspective ⇒ C/C++).

I can's stress more that mastering the use of debugger is crucial in programming. Explore the features provided by the debuggers.

Eclipse 32 Bit Sdk

Other Debugger's Features

Modify the Value of a Variable: You can modify the value of a variable by entering a new value in the 'Variable' panel. This is handy for temporarily modifying the behavior of a program, without changing the source code.

Step-Into and Step-Return: To debug a function, you need to use 'Step-Into' to step into the first statement of the method. You could use 'Step-Return' to return back to the caller, anywhere within the method. Alternatively, you could set a breakpoint inside a method.

NOTE: If you receive error message 'Can't find a source file at /cygdrive/c..' during debugging, you need to configure a mapping between '/cygdrive/c' and 'c:/' (assuming that your program in kept in drive c. From 'Window' ⇒ 'Preferences' ⇒ 'C/C++' ⇒ 'Debug' ⇒ 'Common Source Lookup Path', select 'Add' ⇒ 'Path Mapping'.

Tips & Tricks

Read Eclipse for Java's Tips & Tricks for general tips in using Eclipse.

C/C++ Software Development Using GCC

  1. You can find the commands used in Eclipse CDT for build the project at '<workspace>.metadata.pluginsorg.eclipse.cdt.uiglobal-build.log'.
  2. Setting include-paths, library-paths, and libraries: When building the program, the compiler needs the header files to compile the source codes; the linker needs the libraries to resolve external references. The compiler searches the 'include-paths' for the headers specified in #include directives. The linker searches the 'library-paths' for 'libraries' needed to link the program. In GCC, include-path is specified via -Idir option or environment variable CPATH. The library-path is specified via -Ldir option, or environment variable LIBRARY_PATH. The library libxxx.a is specified via -lxxx option (lowercase letter 'l', without the prefix lib and .a extension).
    In Eclipse CDT, you can set the include paths, library paths and libraries by right-click on the project ⇒ Properties ⇒ C/C++ General ⇒ Paths and Symbols ⇒ Under tabs 'Includes', 'Library Paths' and 'Libraries'. The settings are applicable to the selected project only.
    To set the include paths and library paths for all the projects, set the environment variables CPATH and LIBRARY_PATH. In Eclipse, choose 'Window' ⇒ Preferences ⇒ C/C++ ⇒ Build ⇒ Environment.
    Alternatively, copy the headers and libraries into system directories, and you can omit the include-paths and library-paths.
  3. OpenGL with GLUT: For Cygwin, you need to install gcc, g++, gdb, make (under Devel category) and opengl, freeglut (under graphics category). The headers gl.h, glu.h, glut.h are kept in $cygwinusrincludew32apiGL. Use #include <GL/gl__.h> to include the headers. The libraries libopengl32.alibglu32.a and libglut32.a are kept in $cygwinlibw32api. To specify these libraries in linking, use -lopengl32-lglu32-lglut32 options (without the lib prefix and .a extension).
  4. OpenGL with SDL: Download SDL from Choose Development Libraries ⇒ win32 ⇒ mingw32 ⇒ Unzip. Copy the headers directory SDL (under include) to $cygwinusrincludew32api; copy all the library files in lib into $cygwinlibw32api; copy the run-time library SDL.dll (under bin) into Windows/System32. In your program, include these two headers: #include <SDL/sdl.h> and #include <SDL/sdl_opengl.h>. For linking, add these libraries: -lSDL-lSDLmain.
  5. #pragma Comment Directive: pragma comment directive, e.g., #pragma comment(lib, 'opengl32.lib'), is often used to include a particular library (same as -l option). This system-dependent directive works on Windows's compiler, but NOT in GCC.
  6. Error 'multiple target patterns': There is a problem with GNU make (at $Cygwinbinmake.exe). Replaced by this copy @
  7. fflush(stdout): The gcc library uses buffered I/O (in accordance with the C Specification). Output is only written out to the output stream after a newline character. You can flush the output with a fflush().
  8. Project name shall not include the word 'setup': If you name your C/C++ project with a name including the word 'setup', then the resultant '*setup*.exe' will trigger UAC (User Authorization Control) and require administrator right to run. (This took me a few hours to figure out! Try renaming a 'hello.exe' to 'mysetup.exe'.)

File I/O in Eclipse

Refer to Eclipse for Java's File IO.


  1. Eclipse's 'C/C++ Development Tool User Guide', accessible via Eclipse's Help menu.
  2. GCC (GNU compilers) mother site @; GCC manual @
  3. An Introduction to GCC @