thank you very much for your kind words and details setting up fuzzylite in Eclipse.
To complement your details, I think the Environment variable (step 7) is not necessary. As long as the Library Path points to where libfuzzylite.so (fuzzylite.dll) can be found, it should not be necessary to set an environment variable.
Also, if you prefer to use static linking, you can use “fuzzylite-static” in the libraries tab and then the library will be included inside your executable, for which you would not need to include any fuzzylite library files.
Thanks again for the details of your post 🙂