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Environment variable for each project [message #1136242] Sun, 13 October 2013 19:24
feras almasri is currently offline feras almasri
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Registered: October 2013
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Hello every time I create a new project I need to add do this steps again.

Quote:
This worked for me on 64-bit install of Eclipse on Windows 7 using MinGW:

Right-click on your project. Select "Properties".

Select the "Run/Debug Settings" Property on the left of the new window.

In the right window, click on your executable to highlight (ie - Test.exe) and click "Edit".

In the Environment tab, hit "New"

Name: PATH
Value: Path to your MinGW bin directory. (For me this was: C:\devcore\MinGW\bin)


at the same time I already did this
In Window -> Preferences-> C/C++ -> Build -> Environment Add a variable for your compiler. e.g, I added: MINGW, with value "C:\MinGW\bin"

is there any other solution to avoid this problem again?
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