|Re: Launch failed. Binary not found. [message #1720041 is a reply to message #1437980]
||Thu, 14 January 2016 00:09
| Dennies Chung
Registered: January 2016
Try following these steps:
1. Run configurations...
2. Under the "main" tab, and in the C/C++ Application textbox: hit the browse button
3. in your workspace file or wherever you save your documents, open your program file, click on "Debug", click your source folder, and click on the file with the the file extension "***.d"
4. hit OK at the bottom of the screen
5. Build the program and run it
6. Go back to Run configurations
7. Under the "main" tab, and in the C/C++ Application textbox: hit the browse button
8. In your workspace file or wherever you save your documents, open your program file, click on "Debug", and click on your program with the little eclipse icon
you are now set to employ your program.
|Re: Launch failed. Binary not found. [message #1841563 is a reply to message #1841494]
||Thu, 20 May 2021 17:07
| Tauno Voipio
Registered: August 2014
Hannah Dasal wrote on Wed, 19 May 2021 07:04|
I know when you build the program, it should create the binary file and debug folder with the executable file inside.
I realized that whenever I use capital letters in my C file name, the project won't create the binary.
So, I just USE LOWER-CASE LETTERS FOR THE C FILE NAME and I never had this problem again.
Also, make sure:
- you have a compiler and paths are set up
- tick the binary parser according to your OS, and
- save and build your project before running.
I know this is an old post, but I hope this helps.
This is not exactly correct: The critical part is the file extension (the part after the last period in the path name).
HELLO.c compiles fine, but HELLO.C and hello.C do not. The make utility is case-sensitive (as it should in everywhere but Windows), and it does not understand the upper case C.
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