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HI The issue is most probably related to earlier post: SystemC in Visual Studio 2012 I am working on x64 Windows on 64-bit intel core 2 duo processor For development I have Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate and Eclipse CDT Kepler C/C++. I have built systemc-2.3.0 library (systemc.lib) for debug and release configurations using my Visual Studio. I am now trying to compile a simple_fifo.cpp example in eclipse. I am getting following error: C1083: Cannot open include file: 'Windows.h': No such file or directory sysc_test line 70, external location: c:\systemc-2
I have been using SystemC 2.3.1 with Ubuntu 17. With recent upgrade to Ubuntu 18 and SystemC 2.3.2, I am now unable to launch Eclipse. Error message led me to this link: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/3412617/java-lang-classnotfoundexception-org-eclipse-core-runtime-adaptor-eclipsestarte . Apparently Eclipse support for Ubuntu stopped at version 3.8, not the current 4.x. Support may be lacking going forward. Not sure whether it is worth staying with Eclipse. Please comment. Does anyone have experience with using Netbeans in Ubuntu for SystemC? Thanks!