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|−|Eclipse is an integrated development environment (IDE), primarily for programming in Java, but which can be used to develop in C++ with the appropriate plug-in modules. |+|
|−|Install Eclipse Galileo. Run Eclipse and apply any Eclipse updates via Help -> CheckForUpdates. Then, install the C++ tools via Help -> InstallNewSoftware. To find the CDT (C and C++ Development Tools), choose WorkWith: "Eclipse Galileo Repository". Under the Programming Languages menu, enable "Eclipse C/ C++ Development Tools". Press Next and wait while Eclipse downloads the modules it needs. Press Next, Accept, and Finish. Then wait again while Eclipse completes the installation. Finally, restart Eclipse. |+|
|−|You are now ready to use Eclipse to develop KDE in C++. |+|
|−|===Qt integration=== |+|
|−|Carefully read the detailed, but brief, installation instructions (at |+|
|−|http://qt.nokia.com/developer/eclipse-integration) for your development system. |+|
|−|But very basically it involves downloading the Qt tarball, unpacking it under /usr/lib (or other similar location where Eclipse components are installed), and starting Eclipse (with the -clean option for the first time). |+|
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