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Searching for Eclipse on here comes up with loads of answers, so I hope I haven't missed someone having already asked exactly this question. If so, I apologise but if you could point me at the answer that would be great.

Put simply, I'm just starting to get interested in Arduinos and, as Eclipse is my default environment for pretty much all the code I write, I wanted to see if there was a plugin available. I found two, but I've found it difficult to search for a comparison of the two. If anyone can give me some ideas on what the differences are, or where to look for a comparison, it would be really appreciated.

The two are:

Eclipse C/C++ IDE For Arduino (from the official CDT maintainers by the looks of it) - https://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/eclipse-c-ide-arduino

The Arduino Eclipse plugin named Sloeber (by Jan Baeyens) - https://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/arduino-eclipse-plugin-named-sloeber

I've installed the latter so far, and it looks good as I can start off with some great default projects etc. I watched the video linked to in the first one and couldn't see if I could do the same sort of thing but, with it being part of the CDT...

Many thanks

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