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How to setup Eclipse with CDT

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I've installed eclipse on my windows machine and setup the CDT. I also have cygwin installed in cygwin32 folder. When I try to build hello world it fails. I suspect that it's not finding the build tools.

Can anyone help?.
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Can you give the error messages that are produced?

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In the output window it just says unable to build.
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Did you follow the setup here? http://eclipsewiki.editme.com/UsingCDTWithCygwin
First thing to check is that you have set your Windows PATH to include c:\cygwin32\bin
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