|Eclipse Juno CDT, Windows 7 64-bits and Visual Studio 2008 won't work [message #896704]
||Thu, 19 July 2012 08:27
| guy bonneau
Registered: December 2009
I have a Workstation with Windows 7 64 bits entreprise edition. I have installed Visual Studio 2008 professionnal edition with a C++ language setup. I have also installed Eclipse Juno 64 bits standard IDE and then updated Eclipse with the CDT Development tools as well as the CDT Visual C++ support. (No other toolchains is installed)|
I proceeded with the C++ Project Wizard to setup an Executable Hello World C++ Project. Up to this point everything went fine.
At this point I tried to compile the project. But Eclipse complains with an error: Cannot run program "cl": Launching failed.
It seems Eclipse doesn't resolve automatically the path to the Visual Studio 2008 compiler? (It does under Eclipse Indigo and Windows XP 32 bits)
At this point I decided to start Eclipse inside a cmd console but I ran the Visual Studio vcvarsall.bat before. Now Eclipse can resolve the compiler and everything compile fine.
Yet the indexer cannot resolve any symbols and cannot resolve the include files. I took a look at the Paths and Symbols of the Project properties and there is no build-in values in the Includes directories. Also the languages displayed is GNU C and GNU C++ which is strange.
I checked with another workstation that uses Eclipse Indigo under Windows XP 32 bits and the build-in values of the includes directories are properly displayed.
How can I properly setup the Eclipse Juno CDT under Windows 7 64 bits?
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