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Galileo, CDT & Snow Leopard problems [message #484322] Sun, 06 September 2009 17:20 Go to next message
Alex Lindenberg is currently offline Alex LindenbergFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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Dear Eclipse community,

I'm somewhat new to Mac (but not to Eclipse). I installed Galileo (Cocoa
32 bit) w/ CDT on Snow Leopard and I created a new "Hello World"
Executable C++ project. The project gets created fine and compiling works.
However I'm not able to create a valid Run or Debug configuration.
While I can execute the binary on the command line, selecting it in
the Run or Debug Configurations dialog, Eclipse says "Program is not a
recognized executable".

Thanks for your hints,
Alex
Re: Galileo, CDT & Snow Leopard problems [message #484324 is a reply to message #484322] Sun, 06 September 2009 18:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eric Rizzo is currently offline Eric RizzoFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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Copying this to the CDT newsgroup (eclipse.tools.cdt)


On 9/6/09 1:20 PM, Alex Lindenberg wrote:
> Dear Eclipse community,
>
> I'm somewhat new to Mac (but not to Eclipse). I installed Galileo (Cocoa
> 32 bit) w/ CDT on Snow Leopard and I created a new "Hello World"
> Executable C++ project. The project gets created fine and compiling works.
> However I'm not able to create a valid Run or Debug configuration.
> While I can execute the binary on the command line, selecting it in
> the Run or Debug Configurations dialog, Eclipse says "Program is not a
> recognized executable".
>
> Thanks for your hints,
> Alex
>
Re: Galileo, CDT & Snow Leopard problems [message #484327 is a reply to message #484324] Sun, 06 September 2009 19:04 Go to previous message
Alex Lindenberg is currently offline Alex LindenbergFriend
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Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Oh, I just noticed that my question is probably a duplicate of Enrico's
posting a few days ago. -arch i386 seemingly solves the issue.

Sorry & thanks,
Alex
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