|Re: [cdt-dev] Eclipse CDT generated C++ binary works outside Eclipse and not in it!|
Guess what... This works just fine when I used MinGW instead of Cygwin Although it must be noted that I had to download gdb for MinGW separately After which in the Debugger section I chose MinGW gdb, which was also pointing to the correct location. abhimenon wrote: > > So as I mentioned in my post before, > Under > Debug->Open Debug Dialog->Debugger(tab)->Debugger > I have the 4 options I mentioned before. Which one should I choose? > 1.Cygwin gdb debugger > 2.gdb debugger > 3. gdb/mi > 4.gdbserver debugger > ? > > Thanks.. > > > subs-6 wrote: >> >> this is normally because it can't find 'gdb'. You need to edit the name >> of the debugger in the debug configuration dialog. >> >> abhimenon wrote: >>> Eclipse CDT 3.3.2 on Windows Vista; Cygwin installed with g++, make, >>> pdb. >>> I created a simple C++ project that prints out "hello world". It >>> compiles >>> fine and generates a binary. When I try to debug or run this binary from >>> the >>> Eclipse IDE I get the error "Exec Error: Launching failed". When I >>> double >>> click on the binary through Windows explorer it runs fine. >>> I checked my configurations for the executable, in there under Debugger >>> I >>> have the following options >>> Cygwin gdb debugger >>> gdb debugger >>> gdb/mi >>> gdbserver debugger >>> >>> I tried all four and get the same negative results with each. >>> >>> What is going on? is it a problem with pdb / eclipse / cygwin >>> >>> help! >>> >>> Thanks, >>> abhimenon >> >> >> -- >> Subs >> _______________________________________________ >> cdt-dev mailing list >> cdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx >> https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/cdt-dev >> >> > > -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Eclipse-CDT-generated-C%2B%2B-binary-works-outside-Eclipse-and-not-in-it%21-tp18273991p18275678.html Sent from the Eclipse CDT - Development mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
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