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Newbie Help: 'Launch failed. Binary not found.' for c++ on Mac OS X 10.7 Eclipse Indigo
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Newbie Help: 'Launch failed. Binary not found.' for c++ on Mac OS X 10.7 Eclipse Indigo[message #783109]Wed, 25 January 2012 04:31
John Richter
Messages: 3
Registered: January 2012
Here is a screenshot of the problem: imgur.com/e2h2Z (i'm not allowed to post links as a new member)
Hi, I've seen a few threads on this very topic, but either the suggestions didn't work for me or they were too vague for me to understand.
I downloaded the C++ developer tools through eclipse and installed, and I'm trying to run the Hello World program that it comes with. I get the above error when I try to run. I have tried adding the -arch i386 flag to the linker and compiler to no avail. Finally, I made sure the mach-o 64 parser was checked.
I'm really stumped. I can run the program perfectly fine through command line with g++ as well as xcode. There is no output to the console at all when I try to run it.
Thanks.

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Re: Newbie Help: 'Launch failed. Binary not found.' for c++ on Mac OS X 10.7 Eclipse Indig[message #785221 is a reply to message #783109]Sat, 28 January 2012 17:30
Klaus km
Messages: 142
Registered: November 2011
Have you selected the correct binary parser?
http://help.eclipse.org/indigo/index.jsp?topic=%2Forg.eclipse.cdt.doc.user%2Ftasks%2Fcdt_t_proj_parser.htm
As far as I know Mac needs Mach-O Parser..
Regards,
Klaus

Re: Newbie Help: 'Launch failed. Binary not found.' for c++ on Mac OS X 10.7 Eclipse Indig[message #785226 is a reply to message #785221]Sat, 28 January 2012 17:42
John Richter
Messages: 3
Registered: January 2012
Yup, using the mach-o 64 parser.
Re: Newbie Help: 'Launch failed. Binary not found.' for c++ on Mac OS X 10.7 Eclipse Indig[message #785248 is a reply to message #785226]Sat, 28 January 2012 18:24
Klaus km
Messages: 142
Registered: November 2011
Did you build test.cpp within Eclipse? On the screen shot I miss some generated folders:
Press CTRL+B (or however this key is called on a Mac). After a successfully build you should see a folder 'Debug' or 'Release' in the Project Explorer view and a virtual Folder Binaries. Now right click on one of the binaries and select Run as > Local C/C++ Application.
Regards,
Klaus

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Re: Newbie Help: 'Launch failed. Binary not found.' for c++ on Mac OS X 10.7 Eclipse Indig[message #785253 is a reply to message #785248]Sat, 28 January 2012 18:34
John Richter
Messages: 3
Registered: January 2012
Wow. That was it.
I assumed that the 'play' button both built AND run. In Xcode it does both.
THANKS!!!!
Re: Newbie Help: 'Launch failed. Binary not found.' for c++ on Mac OS X 10.7 Eclipse Indig[message #993738 is a reply to message #785248]Tue, 25 December 2012 09:46
Nwe Nwe Htay Win
Messages: 1
Registered: December 2012
Hello, I use Eclipse Juno on Ubuntu 12.10. I also found error in 'Launch Failed, Binary not found',although I run the C and C++ file with run as local C/C++ Application. How to fix the problem. I'm fledling for all Ubuntu, and C. So, hope any help and will be appreciated for it.
Re: Newbie Help: 'Launch failed. Binary not found.' for c++ on Mac OS X 10.7 Eclipse Indig[message #1600149 is a reply to message #785248]Wed, 04 February 2015 03:53
Ning Zhou
Messages: 2
Registered: February 2015
Yes, this is how I resolved my problem.
I have a maverick.
I already tried to install the new common line tool from the Apple App Developer. It didn't work even if I chose MAC GCC.
I checked if I have my GCC. I have it. This is command is quite powerful.
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Re: Newbie Help: 'Launch failed. Binary not found.' for c++ on Mac OS X 10.7 Eclipse Indig[message #1600150 is a reply to message #785248]Wed, 04 February 2015 03:55
Ning Zhou
Messages: 2
Registered: February 2015
Just use Command+B, and you can build all of them without knowing the binary files.
You should check if you have gcc with this command:
sudo ln -s /usr/bin/gcc
the result should be
ln: ./gcc: File exists
If needed, you also need to download Command Line Tools, but I don't see it is needed.
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