One of the new features for the Developer Toolset (DTS) 2.0 is Eclipse 4.3.0 (Kepler). Aside from various performance improvements to the base platform since Eclipse 4.2 (Juno) a lot of other plugins are being shipped to make life easier for development. The C/C++ Developer Tooling (CDT) is a plugin used to develop, build, run, and debug C/C++ applications in Eclipse. It has support for various toolchains, Makefile/Autotools projects, static analysis, and easy navigation of a code-base thanks to a powerful indexer. There’s also support for EGit (Git Integration), Mylyn (Task Management) , and a variety of different profiling tools provided by the Linux Tools Project, such as an environment for developing SystemTap scripts.
Assuming Eclipse Kepler is installed from DTS 2.0, it will be available from the “Applications” menu, under the “Programming” category as “DTS Eclipse”. It can also be started from a shell with the command :
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