Re: [cdt-dev] Launching CDT on Windows
Sorry I wasn't that clear, I was mainly talking about having the
compiler etc in the PATH environment variable prior to running Eclipse
(prior to running java anyway, since you can't modify the environment
from Java as far as I know). In wascana I assume the launcher
executable sets the environment?
Doug - I'm not sure what you meant about the build integration?
2009/1/16 Schaefer, Doug <Doug.Schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
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>> Mike Wrighton wrote:
>> > Kind of a question on product deployment I suppose, but is there a
>> > standard way of launching CDT from Windows? Usually a set of
>> > environment variables need to be set prior to launching it, so I've
>> > always used batch files with desktop shortcuts which has
>> always seemed
>> > a bit naff??
>> > Cheers,
>> > Mike
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>> I have *no* enviroment variables, batch files, or anything. I
>> just run eclipse.
> Same with Wascana, the CDT for Windows distro on sourceforge. I have a
> build integration for the MinGW environment that sets the env variables
> for me. You can also set the manually in the build properties.
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