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madhuri akhi

Joined: Sep 18, 2006
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hi to all
present am woriking in eclipse idw. i need conect c,c++ code through java native interface.this time i download the MingW and CDT plugin tools but am getting problem at the time of update the software.what can i do
please help me
Jesper de Jong
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You are not saying what the problem is, so it is hard to help you.

For C and C++ development on Windows, you can use MinGW or Cygwin. I don't know about MinGW, but Cygwin by default does not include a C/C++ compiler - in the setup program you have to choose the right packages to install it.

I have Cygwin with GCC and some other tools installed, and the Eclipse CDT automatically finds it. However, my experience is that the CDT in Eclipse still isn't very mature yet, not everything works.

If you want another free C/C++ development environment for Windows, you can try Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition.

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madhuri akhi

Joined: Sep 18, 2006
Posts: 24
help of this site link i add CDT sdk 3.0.2 plugin to my eclipse 3.8.
mext i need add the future of MingW what can i do
Paul Sturrock

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Moving to IDEs forum...

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