Eclipse + MinGW + VS2010 + VC6.0 to build the Windows development environment

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The first step: install JRE, because Eclipse development using java. The installation method, the official website to download, installation

The second step: install the Eclipse IDE for C/C++ Developers. The installation method, the official website to download, green software, no installation required

The third part: the installation of MinGW, installation method, the official website to download Installer, installation, Installer can be regarded as the configuration program, my configuration options are as follows:
Basic Setup

All Packages --> MinGW --> MinGW Autotools
    mingw32-libiconv (dll)

The fourth step, the installation of VS2010, completely can be installed

The fifth step, the installation of VC6.0, the typical installation. Note that, when installed do not check the register environment variables, so easy to put the system to,
    Because you installed VS2010, there are two compiler and libraries, header files directory on your system.

The sixth step, the configuration of Eclipse. Add a set the environment variable LIB, its value is C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0A\Lib

Eclipse can be very smart to help you find MinGW compiler tool chain and VS compiler tool chain.

So far, the development environment, you can create two using MinGW and VS project in eclipse, can compile
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Posted by Samson at December 04, 2013 - 7:34 PM