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harrymohan
Nov 17, 2007, 11:23 PM
Hi Friends,
I am new to Mac(3 days old), I am computer science student. I am into C++ and Java programming. I installed Netbeans IDE on Mac and also installed C++ pack on it but I am having trouble since whenever I start NetBeans it says some G++(I know it's a C++ compiler) missing. Does any one of you faced similar problem and also how to start NetBeans once its installed(I did not notice where it was getting installed like /usr/src/bin etc etc) so please help. I am still using my Windows laptop since most of the stuff I do, is programming so I want to do all development work on my new macbook.

Thanks in Advance!!



jeremy.king
Nov 17, 2007, 11:51 PM
You will want to install XCode and X11 for C++ support.

http://www.netbeans.org/community/releases/60/cpp-setup-instructions.html

As for where its installed, if you selected the defaults, then its in /Applications/Netbeans