mnt/linux/installs/Sloeber//arduinoPlugin/packages/arduino/tools/avr-gcc/7.3.0-atmel3.6.1-arduino5/bin/avr-gcc-ar: Cannot find plugin 'liblto_plugin.so'makefile:73: recipe for target '/rdkl/ardproj/tbb/Release/arduino.ar' failed
Is the arduino pro IDE based on eclipse?
It is noteworthy that the Arduino Pro IDE relies on the Arduino CLI, which outwardly seems like a great idea. I don't know if Sloeber might benefit from utilizing CLI vs the gnu toolchain, but I suspect that's definitely the right answer for the Arduino Pro IDE, for sure.
Eclipse IDE plugin which would use Arduino CLI would be very different from Sloeber. It would not use the Eclipse CDT.
But because Sloeber translates the arduino framework commands to CDT; you get all the CDT stuff for free. Which means you can see the code of the arduino core, the libraries and the compiler provided code.Don't forget define context colouring ;-)
But the fact the CDT team now officially states that the way to do Arduino work with CDT is Sloeber is a great feeling/recognition.