|Can't find stdio.h and stdlib.h since upgrade to OSX 10.7.3 (Lion). gcc not found. [message #810147]
||Wed, 29 February 2012 14:02
| Phil Reinemann
Registered: February 2012
Ever since I upgraded to Lion Eclipse for C++ it can't find basic header files like stdlib.h and stdio.h. It worked fine in Snow Leopard.|
I finally found out how to add them. (Search in Help was a pain as it didn't find anything for "unresolved" or "inclusion" or "unresolved inclusion" or "inclu". It wasn't until I tried "inclu*" that it found what I needed.)
In any case, I added /Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.6.sdk/usr/include to the include paths, but can someone tell me if I should have used "/Developer/SDKs" in case Apple decides to update the SDK to a later version?
Am I even using the correct include directory? (Does Eclipse come with its own?)
It's been a while since I had to manage make files, and then it was on a Bourne shell back in the 80's so I no longer remember the directory decension hierarchy that includes follow.
Is there a better way to handle this to protect against directory changes due to upgrades?
I'm also getting
Description Resource Path Location Type
Error launching external scanner info generator (gcc -E -P -v -dD /Users/Phil/Coding/.metadata/.plugins/org.eclipse.cdt.make.core/specs.c) HelloWorldNoTest [Discovery Options] page in project properties C/C++ Problem
What does that error mean?
and I'm also getting
Program 'gcc' is not found in $PATH HelloWorldNoTest [Discovery Options] page in project properties C/C++ Problem
Is this the PATH one defines in ~/.bashrc or is this another PATH defined within Eclipse C++ when it starts? (Such as in some ".eclipserc"? Where would that be?)
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