Google Plugin for Eclipse 4.6 (Neon) Google Plugin for Eclipse 4.5 (Mars) Google Plugin for Eclipse 4.4 (Luna) Note: If you are updating the plugin on a multi-user install of Eclipse, see these instructions before proceeding.
To take advantage of bug fixes and new features, you will want to set the updated SDKs as the default SDKs.
Note: on 64 bit Linux systems it might be necessary to install 32 bit version of libc.
For example, on Ubuntu Linux, the command would be: Move the extracted folder to Program Files or some other convenient location from which to easily run it.
Note: The C and Java tools and environment are available for Windows, Mac OSX and Linux, though the Windows version is the one that has been the most heavily tested.
You should be able to use any of the three for your development platform, however you should keep in mind that you will need a Windows computer to run the Driver Station software and robo RIO Imaging tool.
You should choose the version of eclipse that matches your operating system and version of Java from above.
The Eclipse plugins have been tested with Eclipse Luna, Eclipse Mars, Eclipse Neon, and Eclipse Oxygen.
In Finder, right-click on the "FRC ARM Toolchain.pgk" file, then press the option key on your keyboard, and click "Open". Linux: See the instructions in the text file on the toolchains page.
You can get eclipse from the web site: https:// Select the version of eclipse that matches your desired programming language (there are instructions below for adding C to Java or Java to C ).
You may use an earlier version, however it should be noted that the rio Log Eclipse plugin which is used to view console output requires Java 8, and other WPILib tools (dashboards, etc.) may as well.
Note: Java is required to be installed even if you are doing C development since Eclipse, the development environment, is a Java program.