Follow this Blog!

Hi Everyone, f Comment


I am Michael . I blog about helpful tips, anything from technical (e.g. how to remove computer virus ) to hobbies (e.g. how to solve the rubik's cube ) to my favorite crafts like how to make an origami swan that may help you solve an issue you've long had or simply inspired you to enjoy life more!

Google has been a great friend to me for helping me find solutions to my problems, but it is not omnipotent. Quite often I just cannot find the solution regardless of how I tweak the search query. It is frustrating and disappointing.

When that happens it doesn't mean that the solution does not exist. It may mean that it exists but for some reason you cannot find it on Google or any other search engine.

To that end I try to make every one of my blogs search engine friendly so that you have the best chance of finding useful information. This is the purpose behind www.oneminuteinfo.com!

Feel free to leave a comment in the comment box below each post!

Check below for my latest posts!

Aug 22, 2016

[SOLVED] Fixing Eclipse CDT Error in SECONDS: Launch Failed. Binary Not Found.
Amazon When you run a C program in Eclipse C/C++ IDE, you may see an error window "Application Launcher" saying "Launch failed. Binary not found." It's frustrating because you have already installed the C compiler such as gcc/g++ compiler from equation.com or MinGW compiler from somewhere else. Your Eclipse is equipped with toolchains such as Cross GCC and MinGW GCC. So what's wrong? How can you run your C project successfully in Eclipse CDT?

If you are wondering what Eclipse CDT (C/C++ Development Tooling) is, here's the answer from the Eclipse official website:

The CDT Project provides a fully functional C and C++ Integrated Development Environment based on the Eclipse platform.

Solution

The solution is so simple you won't believe it. Simply go to Project -> Build All (or press Ctrl+B) to build your project before you run it. Once you are done, run your program again and it should run successfully.

Why Eclipse doesn't automatically build the C project before running it or print a meaningful message alluding to this fact is beyond me.

The above solution also works for the default "Hello World ANCI C Project" C project you create in Eclipse CDT. It's a simple C program that prints out !!!Hello World!!!

Questions? Let me know!
Please leave a comment here!
One Minute Information - by Michael Wen
Find Michael on Google or Facebook
ADVERTISING WITH US - Direct your advertising requests to Michael