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    Cygwin help, javac: command not found?

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    So i'm using cygwin and trying to compile my hello_world.java file. So I type "javac hello_world.java" and I get "bash: javac: command not found". I have java sdk installed and I have even located the javac.exe. Mine is located in C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0\bin. I've also set up the path for cygwin(though maybe incorrectly?), by making a file on notepad++ that I named PATH.sh. Inside I wrote: #!/bin/sh export PATH=$PATH:/cygdrive/c/Program\ Files/Java/jdk1.7.0/bin I then used Cygwin to go to the directory of where the PATH file is located, and I then typed "sh PATH.sh" I recieved no message back so I'm assuming that I set the path up correctly? or maybe I'm wrong about this. I am using windows 7, 64bit, please help. I need to compile this before turning it in for class and I figured it would take me no more than a few minutes. But trying to figure out how to compile this has been hurting my head and I'ts due at midnight. Thanks
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    Best Answer:  As the other poster suggested, open the Command prompt and run the java compiler from there. Or, install the GCC Java compiler (gcj) within Cygwin and compile from within Cygwin.
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    How find the installed compilers on windows (7-64bit)?

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    not C, C++ in particular but I need to find what all compilers do I have installed. <br /><br />EDIT: Not to confuse with Pre-installed compilers, but I don't exactly remember what all I have installed - Visual /Cygwin /Mingw /gcc what java compiler , python et al. I need to be sure what does the machine recognize as installed.<br /><br />more precisely looking for the windows counterpart of <br /><span class="qlink_container"><a href="http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/linux-how-to-check-what-compiler-is-running-installed/" rel="nofollow" class="external_link" target="_blank" onmouseover="return require("qtext").tooltip(this, "cyberciti.biz")">Linux Find Out What Compilers Are Installed or Available On The System</a></span>
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    What C++ Compiler can I use?

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    It has to be free. Please give me a link for the download.
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    Best Answer:  You can get Visual C++ Express free for personal use.

    You can get the GNU C++ compiler in one of two flavors for Windows: MinGW or Cygwin. Those are compilers only, using command line or makefile builds. The Eclipse, Netbeans and Code::Blocks IDEs will all work with either of those ports. Pick MinGW for native Windows executables, or Cygwin for a more Unix-compatible executable, using a DLL to translate Unix-like system calls into Windows functions. The pick whichever IDE suits you. All three integrate the GDB source-level debugger.

    I have all of these installed, mostly for portability testing. Code::Blocks is handy since it starts faster than the others (including Visual Studio) and I use it for portability testing for personal stuff I do in Visual Studio or Express. Code::Blocks will also use most other compilers, including Visual C++. It's downside is that it's has the weakest editor of the four, and isn't being actively developed.

    If you choose Visual C++ Express, you will have to get used to starting from an empty project when creating command-line programs, or get used to Microsoft's non-standard startup code.

    For the GNU options, it's best to install the compiler(s) you want, BEFORE you install the IDE. That way, the IDE setup program will usually find everything it needs automatically.

    Visual Studio Express Editions: http://www.microsoft.com/visualstudio/en...

    MinGW: http://www.mingw.org/wiki/Getting_Starte...

    Cygwin: http://www.cygwin.com/

    Code::Blocks: http://www.codeblocks.org/

    Eclipse: http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/

    NetBeans: http://netbeans.org/features/cpp/index.html
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    C Programming on Linux Ubuntu 9.10?

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    I'm taking an Intro to C Programming class. The class uses MS Visual Studio 2006/2008. I can't stand MS. On top of that, Windows (7 Home Premium 64bit) doesn't boot all the time on my laptop. I decided that Ubuntu would be best since it does boot all the time and it is far more stable than Windows. It is also good to have since I'm taking an Intro to UNIX class as well. However, I'm stuck deciding what to use for C programming. Could you make some recommendations? My friend recommended using VIM, but I don't know how to set that up, and (unfortunately) I'm GUI addicted since I have been forced to use Windows to satisfy my gaming needs. So I would prefer an IDE. Also, would I need to set up a C(++) compiler on Ubuntu as well? If so, could you give me a brief run-through on how to set it up? I had some issues setting up cygwin on my Windows system with Netbeans 6.8 (C/C++)... I got it done nonetheless though.
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    Best Answer:  C and C++ are all about linking. I find the NetBeans IDE the best, and least hassle IDE to use with the C/C++ plugin. Of course, you will need the JVM for NetBeans. NetBeans was how I was able to connect OpenCV C libs to make standalones or with Java GUI. One add-on that the MS view might not emphasise is the use of 'pkg' for linking, available in the Ubuntu repositories. Really, I found the project setup much easier than MS.
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    help with programming?

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    i have windows 7 64bit what do i need to get to write, compile and run with c language and assembly? thanks.
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    Best Answer:  Dev c++
    http://www.bloodshed.net/devcpp.html
    Visual Express C++
    http://www.microsoft.com/visualstudio/en...
    Eclipse
    http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/
    Netbeans
    https://netbeans.org/
    Netbeans requires this link too
    http://roy-t.nl/index.php/2009/03/20/configuring-cygwin-cc-compiler-for-netbeans-65-under-windows/

    A C compiler is also a C++ compiler and you can also add assembly modules too.

    Have fun.
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    Are Open Source programs generally written for Unix machines or what?

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    I wanted to DL a C++ program to add a command and it was only available as a TAR? also if its C++ what is the chance of it being for 64bit also? I guess I could set up one of my machines as a Linux - would this even help? If a UNIX machine is used to program a C++ program is this going to run on my Windows machine - I'm a little confused - thanks for any help!
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    Best Answer:  Open source can be written for either, or, or both.
    A good example of open source programs that are in used are: GIMP

    Unix can run under DOS (which is under Windows), an example of this is Cygwin.
    You are supposed to be able to get the source for "Open source" projects and compile them for whatever platform is necessary. 64-bit, 32-bit, Cygwin, Unix, etc.
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    I've built a computer and I'm trying to pick an OS. What do you recommend?

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    I'll be using the computer for some gaming, but I'm not hard-core. I won't do any video editing. I was also thinking about loading a windows OS and linux so that I could run either. I'm partially doing this learn more about computers. I particularly do not know if I need a 32 bit or a 64bit OS. I have an Athlon 64 X2 6000, 8800 GT graphics card, 2 GBs RAM, and 500 GBs hard drive space. Any advice would be great!
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    Best Answer:  I would recommend Vista Business, you pay slightly extra, but you can also downgrade to XP for free!

    For linux, if you are just playing I suggest cygwin http://www.cygwin.com/

    Or try Fedora or Ubuntu on a USB drive. Especially if you're just playing with linux.

    http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FedoraLive...
    https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LiveUsbPendriveP...
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