2. Tips

2.1. Eclipse IDE

You may encounter an issue with Eclipse IDE, which doesn’t handle C++11 as a default behavior. To solve it you have to add the followings.

In Eclipse’s symbols (C/C++ General > Path and Symbols > Symbols), add:


In Compiler Options (C/C++ General > Preprocessor Include Paths, Macros etc. > Providers > DCT GCC Built-in Compiler Settings > Commands to get compiler specs):

  • add -std=c++11 (or -std=c++1y).
  • uncheck “Use global provider shared between projects”: