This is only relevant if you already have Eclipse IDE, perhaps for developing Java, and you want the relevant C/C++ development plugins. If you are only developing on C/C++, you could just as easily download CDT in a standalone IDE right here
The following is an alternative, which only installs the relevant CDT plugins.
- Start Eclipse
- Help > Install New Software > “Available Software Sites” > “Add”
- Name: CDT, Location: http://download.eclipse.org/tools/cdt/releases/juno > OK
- Now you’re back to the Available Software popup, the first label at the top says “Work With”. Click the drop-down, select CDT (or “All”. Whatever)
- Select the relevant C/C++ tools.
Other plugins you might find useful:
Git stuff: http://download.eclipse.org/egit/updates
Linux Tools – Valgrind, Gprof, etc: http://download.eclipse.org/linuxtools/update