C++11 Threads Don’t Work in Eclipse (Luna)

If you want to use Eclipse to write programs that use the C++11 thread class, you need to make some adjustments to enable everything to run correctly.

Without these, you’ll run into all sorts of strange errors.

There are three steps to getting your program to run perfectly and here’s what you need to do:

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Access GDB Directly In Eclipse Luna

This isn’t a new feature, but it’s really useful when you’re debugging in eclipse, especially if you’re using the more advance or obscure features in GDB.

Basically, when you are debugging any program, there is a way to talk directly to GDB without using the point-and-click interface of Eclipse.

It’s called the GDB console.

It’s also really easy to find. When you are next running a debug session, just click on the console icon that is displayed in the console tab. The console usually shows your program output, but there is more than just one console!

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