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I have installed Eclipse via System Workbench for STM32. Meaning I have an icon now named System Workbench for STM32, and when I open it Eclipse opens.

With that IDE I can successfully create programs for the microicontroller STM32.

However, I want to make unit tests which I can run on a PC, and while after installing google test/mock I get the error:

/usr/bin/sh: g++: command not found

I get the same problem when I make a generic C++ project (either with GNU auto toolchain or using a G++ Cross compiler, or using the default C++ Hello World project).

Also, I do not see an Includes folder.

However, when I check in Help/About Eclipse, I see that Eclipse CDT is installed (version 9.2.1.201704050...)

How can I compile C++ application for PC only? Should I install something more, and from where/how?

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This may happen when gcc is not installed or not configured correctly.

Do a

sudo apt update

And also a

sudo apt install gcc

If this works, great!

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  • I don't have Linux or Unix (so sudo does not work). – Michel Keijzers Nov 26 '17 at 20:05
  • The directory /usr/bin exists for Unix and Unix like operating systems. Are you sure you've downloaded eclipse for your operating system? – Paddy Dec 3 '17 at 8:45
  • Sorry for the late answer; guess I loaded it for the wrong one; now it seems good. I accept your answer since it lead to the solution. – Michel Keijzers Sep 8 '19 at 19:53

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