Eclipse Indigo SP2 doesn’t know uint8_t

How do I test the current version of GCC?

__GNUC__              = 4 // major
__GNUC_MINOR__        = 8 // minor
__GNUC_PATCHLEVEL__   // patch

Multiple “could not be resolved” problems using Eclipse with minGW

Go to Project -> Properties -> C/C++ General -> Preprocessor Include Paths, Macros, etc. -> Providers -> CDT GCC built-in compiler settings, deactivate Use global provider shared between projects and add the command line argument -std=c++11.

Eclipse 3.7.0 Indigo with CDT shows many false compilation errors

File doesn't include these definitions

__LONG_LONG_MAX__ = 9223372036854775807LL
__LONG_MAX__      = 2147483647L
__WCHAR_MAX__     = 2147483647L
__INT_MAX__       = 2147483647L
__SHRT_MAX__      = 32767L
__SCHAR_MAX__     = 127L

Eclipse CDT Project Properties (nios2_limits.xml)

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