Integrating CUDA in existing Eclipse install


the topic pretty much says it all, I’m looking for a way to set up a CUDA-C development environment in my standard Eclipse install. Other language environments can be added to Eclipse via plugin, is that also possible for CUDA-C? I did some research but found no satisfying answer so far.
This is purely due to my personal preference of not having to install multiple IDEs, especially when Nsight is just a derivative of the regular Eclipse.
I’d be grateful for any insights.


Nsight Eclipse Edition cannot be added to existing Eclipse installs as we had to modify some core Eclipse modules to deliver some advanced features.

Also note that you should be able to add other plugins (e.g. Java tools) to Nsight Eclipse Edition install.