I'm new in this Forum and hope I've chosen the right topic.
I've recently started programming in C++, because I have to use some program-packages from channelflow.org, that are written in that language.
I was able to install the editor Eclipse (which I've used for other languages before) on Linux. I have to admit, that OS is also new to me.
I have installed all the packages I need from the mentioned website, and I am able to compile C++ programs.
That is how far I got. In the next step I was going to test if the packages are all installed properly. That is why I was going to write a simple program, which uses any of the functions of the packages.
I was going to use an example program, that came along with all the packages. Here is the beginning of it:
using namespace std;
using namespace channelflow;
I was going just to include one of the headers, for example
I tried to do that by writing it's path fully:
After trying to compile that, Eclipse says:
"The program file specified in the launch configuration does not exist
/home/damien/workspace_damien/Test2/Debug/Test2 not found2"
I know it's possible to include new paths to the search directories, but I dont't see, why my solution does not work, I have found examples in which headers are found just that way.
I also tried it by copying all files with the name dns and all different endings into the directory, where my program is and then just to use
but that doesn't work either.
Am I doing it all wrong, or is there perhaps a simple failure in my syntax?
I would appreciate, if anyone could help me, I've been searching for an answer in the web and some tutorials for quite a while now.