[aspectc-user] Using AspectC in windows XP version of Eclipse

Olaf Spinczyk Olaf.Spinczyk at informatik.uni-erlangen.de
Wed Oct 19 12:03:49 CEST 2005


the combination of Eclipse, ACDT, mingw, MSYS usually works well. We had 
used these tools on our ASOD 2005 demo CD.

If iostream is not found, the reason might be that you forgot to install 
the gcc-g++-3.4.4-20050522-1.tar.gz package.

Does anybody else have a better idea?

- Olaf

Pericles Leng Cheng wrote:
> Dear all,
> I finally made it to install AspectC in linux and run the helloworld
> example. I also wanted to try and install it in Windows XP just so that I
> can develop without having to reboot my computer every time to get to linux
> (I still have not made the switch to linux completely :)). I was wondering
> if anyone has had any information about the installation. I downloaded
> Eclipse and installed it and then added AspectC. Then I got an error because
> no gcc compiler was associated so I installed MinGW and MSYS to enable that.
> After that gcc and make worked but I get an error of "iostream: no such file
> or directory". And I still haven't added any aspects in the program, it was
> a simple hello world.
> I would appreciate your help,
> Pericles
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