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The latter method involves downloading a copy of our [http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/packages/eclipse-ide-cc-linux-developers-includes-incubating-components/heliosr EPP package]. EPP packages are a combination of our plugins and all of their dependencies. They should work out of the box with only a JRE/JDK as a prerequisite.
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The latter method involves downloading a copy of our [https://www.eclipse.org/downloads/eclipse-packages/ Eclipse IDE for C/C++ Developers] package. This package is a combination of C/C++ development tooling, Linuxtools plugins, and all of their dependencies. It should work out of the box with only a JRE/JDK as a prerequisite.
  
 
==User guides==
 
==User guides==
See these plugin user guides:
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See these plugin specific user guides:
 
* [[Linux_Tools_Project/OProfile/User_Guide | OProfile User Guide]]
 
* [[Linux_Tools_Project/OProfile/User_Guide | OProfile User Guide]]
 
* [[Linux_Tools_Project/Valgrind/User_Guide | Valgrind User Guide]]
 
* [[Linux_Tools_Project/Valgrind/User_Guide | Valgrind User Guide]]

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Getting started with the Linux Tools Project plugins

Installation

There are multiple ways to being using the Linux Tools Project plugins:

  1. Install into an existing Eclipse installation (see Linux_Tools_Project/PluginInstallHelp for instructions and screenshots)
  2. Get an archive that includes everything

The latter method involves downloading a copy of our Eclipse IDE for C/C++ Developers package. This package is a combination of C/C++ development tooling, Linuxtools plugins, and all of their dependencies. It should work out of the box with only a JRE/JDK as a prerequisite.

User guides

See these plugin specific user guides:

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