|Another problem with Hello World project [message #933781]
||Fri, 05 October 2012 10:35
| Lukasz Jarocki
Registered: October 2012
I am kinda new to Eclipse so I need some help with setting up environment.
So here is my story:
Shortly, after formatting my hard disk I've installed latest version of Eclipse Juno on Windows XP 64 OS. It was three days ago. Then I've wrote some simply Java projects to learn Eclipse features, shortcuts, design etc. I enjoyed it, so i decided to move my C++ projects to Eclipse too.
I started with downloading CDT through Eclipse Juno installer. All went fine. Then i tried to run Hello World C++ project, with a code generated by 'New C++ project' option. And here I met problems.
1. Eclipse wasn't able to locate C++ libraries. So i just setup path correctly to libraries on my computer and it is solved now.
2. I tried to build and run code. I saw an error:
Error: Program "cl" is not found in PATH".
Well, i googled it out and I've setup Path enviroment variable correctly. Now it finds cl.exe easy.
3. But still program is not running. In a console I can see message:
12:06:04 **** Incremental Build of configuration Debug for project sieci1 ****
Info: Internal Builder is used for build
cl /c /EHs /MD /Zi "/IE:\\Programy\\Visual Studio 2010\\VC\\crt\\src" /nologo "/Fosrc\\sieci1.obj" "..\\src\\sieci1.cpp"
12:06:04 Build Finished (took 63ms)
("sieci1" is a project name (I am from Poland))
If I'm trying to launch or debug application I see pop-up with message "Launch failed. Binary not found". However, as you see above, i just built the project.
I have no idea how make things works.
[Updated on: Fri, 05 October 2012 12:12]
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