qnxsdk + eclipse + minGW

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Miguel Simon

qnxsdk + eclipse + minGW

Post by Miguel Simon » Wed Jul 23, 2003 7:59 pm

Hi...

On WindowsXP...

1. have qnxsdk-PE installed
2. have minGW and msys installed
3. have eclipse 3.0x istalled (from eclipse.org)
4. have the cdt tools for eclipse installed

a. I do not want to put the minGW and msys installations in the windows
PATH so that the qnxsdk would not get confused with make from minGW.

b. when I try to compile a cdt c++ sample code, it tries to use the make
from the qnxsdk installation instead of the minGW, this works half way
since I provide the path to the libraries, but...

c. ...when the compiler needs other tools such as 'as', then it cannot
find those, and the copile fails.


What would be a resolution to this problem? I am not quite sure how to
go about this.

Thanks.

Regards...

Miguel.

Colin Burgess

Re: qnxsdk + eclipse + minGW

Post by Colin Burgess » Wed Jul 23, 2003 8:41 pm

couldn't you change your path when you run the cdt?

Miguel Simon <simon@ou.edu> wrote:
Hi...

On WindowsXP...

1. have qnxsdk-PE installed
2. have minGW and msys installed
3. have eclipse 3.0x istalled (from eclipse.org)
4. have the cdt tools for eclipse installed

a. I do not want to put the minGW and msys installations in the windows
PATH so that the qnxsdk would not get confused with make from minGW.

b. when I try to compile a cdt c++ sample code, it tries to use the make
from the qnxsdk installation instead of the minGW, this works half way
since I provide the path to the libraries, but...

c. ...when the compiler needs other tools such as 'as', then it cannot
find those, and the copile fails.
What would be a resolution to this problem? I am not quite sure how to
go about this.

Thanks.

Regards...

Miguel.

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cburgess@qnx.com

Miguel Simon

Re: qnxsdk + eclipse + minGW

Post by Miguel Simon » Wed Jul 23, 2003 9:15 pm

Hi Colin...

I tried this indeed, but eclipse cannot find the path to the correct
binary just the same. It seems as if eclipse does not look into the
window's PATH environment variable...

Any idea on how to override this?

Thanks.

regards...

Miguel.



Colin Burgess wrote:
couldn't you change your path when you run the cdt?

Miguel Simon <simon@ou.edu> wrote:

Hi...


On WindowsXP...


1. have qnxsdk-PE installed
2. have minGW and msys installed
3. have eclipse 3.0x istalled (from eclipse.org)
4. have the cdt tools for eclipse installed


a. I do not want to put the minGW and msys installations in the windows
PATH so that the qnxsdk would not get confused with make from minGW.


b. when I try to compile a cdt c++ sample code, it tries to use the make
from the qnxsdk installation instead of the minGW, this works half way
since I provide the path to the libraries, but...


c. ...when the compiler needs other tools such as 'as', then it cannot
find those, and the copile fails.



What would be a resolution to this problem? I am not quite sure how to
go about this.


Thanks.


Regards...


Miguel.



Colin Burgess

Re: qnxsdk + eclipse + minGW

Post by Colin Burgess » Thu Jul 24, 2003 1:26 pm

Sorry, that's where I bail out. I would suggest asking in the devtools
group, or maybe the eclipse mailing list though.

Miguel Simon <simon@ou.edu> wrote:
Hi Colin...

I tried this indeed, but eclipse cannot find the path to the correct
binary just the same. It seems as if eclipse does not look into the
window's PATH environment variable...

Any idea on how to override this?

Thanks.

regards...

Miguel.
Colin Burgess wrote:
couldn't you change your path when you run the cdt?

Miguel Simon <simon@ou.edu> wrote:

Hi...


On WindowsXP...


1. have qnxsdk-PE installed
2. have minGW and msys installed
3. have eclipse 3.0x istalled (from eclipse.org)
4. have the cdt tools for eclipse installed


a. I do not want to put the minGW and msys installations in the windows
PATH so that the qnxsdk would not get confused with make from minGW.


b. when I try to compile a cdt c++ sample code, it tries to use the make
from the qnxsdk installation instead of the minGW, this works half way
since I provide the path to the libraries, but...


c. ...when the compiler needs other tools such as 'as', then it cannot
find those, and the copile fails.



What would be a resolution to this problem? I am not quite sure how to
go about this.


Thanks.


Regards...


Miguel.




--
cburgess@qnx.com

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