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    Default [Help] Netbeans

    Please help me in configuring Netbeans in C++....
    It has been pain in arse to configure for C++ by cygwin.
    I have done many search in google and done exactly what they say....and installed cygwin.
    but when i give the base directory of cygwin the console says no compilers found....
    Please help me in that.
    I have tried java and others they work flawlessly.:/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joker View Post
    Please help me in configuring Netbeans in C++....
    It has been pain in arse to configure for C++ by cygwin.
    I have done many search in google and done exactly what they say....and installed cygwin.
    but when i give the base directory of cygwin the console says no compilers found....
    Please help me in that.
    I have tried java and others they work flawlessly.:/
    :S

    BTW, i think you have not dl all the req files for cygwin
    if you cant find what you are missing dl all in cygwin list.

    and why on earth you need to compile c++ code in netbeans ? :S

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    Default Re: [Help] Netbeans

    Ya...I use Code::blocks for compiling C++ and netbeans for java....but I though giving a try for C++ in netbeans would be good.

    and also I dled all required files.... >>-- gcc g++ make.exe and all req.ed DLLs and executables all along and couldnot get it working and also mingw seems to find base folder but programs won't compile.
    however summation is that V C ++ 2006 is good and code::blocks is even better.

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    Default Re: [Help] Netbeans

    i just started learning .NET programming in Visual Studio
    it's an awesome IDE from what i can tell
    u can use VS instead of Netbeans
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    Default Re: [Help] Netbeans

    well bro...It is all about coding....IDE doesn't play a necessary role in it...
    and also...after VS 2006 it all got messed up...

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    Default Re: [Help] Netbeans

    well bro...It is all about coding....IDE doesn't play a necessary role in it...
    and also...after VS 2006 it all got messed up...
    seriously???(ur sig says otherwise)
    then why don't u work on a textpad
    and use cmd prompt to compile ur program
    why even bother making netbeans work???
    bro, IDE's are like Razer
    'Made by programmers for programmers'
    sorry if i sounded a bit offensive for a novice programmer
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    Default Re: [Help] Netbeans

    well, I used notepad with BDC for a long time and Yes I have used 13 compilers from which I found code::blocks best.. and also i can do some cmd work also....C'ing a program is just a small part of it.

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    Default Re: [Help] Netbeans

    >Cygwin
    I'll vmware an arch/deb vm up, but will never touch that bullshit.

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    Default Re: [Help] Netbeans

    Quote Originally Posted by Joker View Post
    well, I used notepad with BDC for a long time and Yes I have used 13 compilers from which I found code::blocks best.. and also i can do some cmd work also....C'ing a program is just a small part of it.
    netbeans is one of the best ide.. (Though linux user will say eclipse)
    i liked it pretty much when i used it for java
    though i used code blocks for C++ in openGL.. so can't tell about ur problem

    ---------- Post added at 12:40 ---------- Previous post was at 12:37 ----------

    Downloading C/C++ Support


    If you do not have the NetBeans 6.5 IDE, go to the NetBeans IDE 6.5 Download Page, and download a version of the IDE that contains C/C++ support. If you have a NetBeans IDE 6.5 installation that does not include C/C++ support, complete the following steps to add C/C++ support to the IDE.

    1. If your network uses a proxy, choose Tools > Options from the main menu, select Manual Proxy Settings, enter the HTTP Proxy and Port for your proxy, and click OK.
    2. Choose Tools > Plugins from the main menu.
    3. In the Plugins dialog box, click the Available Plugins tab, and scroll to the C/C++ category.
    4. Select the C/C++ checkbox.
    5. Click Install.

      The NetBeans IDE Installer starts.
    6. In the NetBeans IDE Installer, click Next.
    7. Read the license agreement, then select the I Accept the Terms in All License Agreements radio button, and click Next.
    8. Click Install.
    9. After the installation completes, select either Restart IDE Now or Restart IDE Later and click Finish.


    Installing and Setting Up the Compilers and Tools

    Netbeans C/C++ pack requires a C compiler, C++ compiler, make utility, and gdb debugger.
    Windows

    NetBeans C/C++ pack has been tested with the following compilers and tools:

    • Cygwin 1.5.21
    • Cygwin gcc-core (C compiler) 3.4.4
    • Cygwin gcc-c++ (C++ compiler) 3.4.4
    • Cygwin gdb (GNU Debugger) 6.8
    • Cygwin make 3.81

    If you already have the Cygwin GNU compilers, GNU make, and gdb debugger installed on your Windows system and your path is set up correctly to find them, make sure that you have the correct versions. If you have the correct versions, then no further setup is necessary.
    To check the versions of your Cygwin compilers and tools:

    1. Check the version of Cygwin by typing:
      cygcheck -c cygwin
    2. Check the versions of the compilers, make, and gdb by typing: gcc --version
      g++ --version
      make --version
      gdb --version

    To install the GNU compilers, make, and gdb debugger from cygwin.com:

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    2. Run the setup.exe program. Accept the defaults until you reach the Select Your Internet Connection page. Select the option on this page that is best for you. Click Next.
    3. On the Choose Download Site page, choose a download site you think might be relatively close to you. Click Next.
    4. On the Select Packages page you select the packages to download. Click the + next to Devel to expand the development tools category. You may want to resize the window so you can see more of it at one time.
    5. Select each package you want to download by clicking the Skip label next to it. At a minimum, select gcc-core: C compiler, gcc-g++: C++ compiler, gdb: The GNU Debugger, and make: the GNU version of the 'make' utility.
    6. Now add the Compiler directory to your path:
      1. Open the Control Panel (Start > Settings > Control Panel) and double-click the System program.
      2. Select the Advanced tab and click Environment Variables.
      3. In the System Variables panel of the Environment Variables dialog, select the Path variable and click Edit.
      4. Add the path to the cygwin-directory\bin directory to the Path variable, and click OK. By default, cygwin-directory is C:\cygwin. Directory names must be separated with a semicolon.
      5. Click OK in the Environment Variables dialog and the System Properties dialog.



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    Default Re: [Help] Netbeans

    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
    netbeans is one of the best ide.. (Though linux user will say eclipse)
    i liked it pretty much when i used it for java
    though i used code blocks for C++ in openGL.. so can't tell about ur problem

    ---------- Post added at 12:40 ---------- Previous post was at 12:37 ----------

    Downloading C/C++ Support


    If you do not have the NetBeans 6.5 IDE, go to the NetBeans IDE 6.5 Download Page, and download a version of the IDE that contains C/C++ support. If you have a NetBeans IDE 6.5 installation that does not include C/C++ support, complete the following steps to add C/C++ support to the IDE.


    1. If your network uses a proxy, choose Tools > Options from the main menu, select Manual Proxy Settings, enter the HTTP Proxy and Port for your proxy, and click OK.
    2. Choose Tools > Plugins from the main menu.
    3. In the Plugins dialog box, click the Available Plugins tab, and scroll to the C/C++ category.
    4. Select the C/C++ checkbox.
    5. Click Install.

      The NetBeans IDE Installer starts.
    6. In the NetBeans IDE Installer, click Next.
    7. Read the license agreement, then select the I Accept the Terms in All License Agreements radio button, and click Next.
    8. Click Install.
    9. After the installation completes, select either Restart IDE Now or Restart IDE Later and click Finish.



    Installing and Setting Up the Compilers and Tools

    Netbeans C/C++ pack requires a C compiler, C++ compiler, make utility, and gdb debugger.
    Windows

    NetBeans C/C++ pack has been tested with the following compilers and tools:


    • Cygwin 1.5.21
    • Cygwin gcc-core (C compiler) 3.4.4
    • Cygwin gcc-c++ (C++ compiler) 3.4.4
    • Cygwin gdb (GNU Debugger) 6.8
    • Cygwin make 3.81


    If you already have the Cygwin GNU compilers, GNU make, and gdb debugger installed on your Windows system and your path is set up correctly to find them, make sure that you have the correct versions. If you have the correct versions, then no further setup is necessary.
    To check the versions of your Cygwin compilers and tools:


    1. Check the version of Cygwin by typing:
      cygcheck -c cygwin
    2. Check the versions of the compilers, make, and gdb by typing: gcc --version
      g++ --version
      make --version
      gdb --version


    To install the GNU compilers, make, and gdb debugger from cygwin.com:


    1. Download the Cygwin setup.exe program by clicking the Install or Update Now! icon in the middle of the page.
    2. Run the setup.exe program. Accept the defaults until you reach the Select Your Internet Connection page. Select the option on this page that is best for you. Click Next.
    3. On the Choose Download Site page, choose a download site you think might be relatively close to you. Click Next.
    4. On the Select Packages page you select the packages to download. Click the + next to Devel to expand the development tools category. You may want to resize the window so you can see more of it at one time.
    5. Select each package you want to download by clicking the Skip label next to it. At a minimum, select gcc-core: C compiler, gcc-g++: C++ compiler, gdb: The GNU Debugger, and make: the GNU version of the 'make' utility.
    6. Now add the Compiler directory to your path:

      1. Open the Control Panel (Start > Settings > Control Panel) and double-click the System program.
      2. Select the Advanced tab and click Environment Variables.
      3. In the System Variables panel of the Environment Variables dialog, select the Path variable and click Edit.
      4. Add the path to the cygwin-directory\bin directory to the Path variable, and click OK. By default, cygwin-directory is C:\cygwin. Directory names must be separated with a semicolon.
      5. Click OK in the Environment Variables dialog and the System Properties dialog.





    ---------- Post added at 12:41 ---------- Previous post was at 12:40 ----------

    http://netbeans.org/community/releas...tructions.html

    Well, I did this ... but didn't work....Compiler can't find the base folder....
    and yeah, i also use netbeans for java...

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