22 May I ran into the same problem. Saw the answer on another post and it fixed the issue. Make sure to restart NetBeans after doing the following: Right click on My Computer and select properties. Click Advanced System Properties dialog box will open. click Environmental Variables. Edit PATH variable and add. Software or Resource, Version Tested, Description. gcc, , MinGW C compiler . g++, , MinGW C++ compiler. gdb, , MinGW GNU debugger. make, , MSYS make utility. Note that MinGW make is not supported. Software or Resource, Version Tested, Description. gcc, , C compiler. g++, , MinGW C++ compiler. gdb, , MinGW GNU debugger. make, , MSYS make utility. Note that MinGW make is not supported.
I've installed MSYS and MinGW ( php?forum_id=). Using Netbeans beta and last C/C++ pack (http:// ?type=b). The OS is Windows XP Prof 64bit. I've created sample Hello World app (New. 27 Sep Note: I have changed my default installation directory to C:optMinGW. This is completely optional. Select C, C++ and other languages you want to install, plus the MSYS Basic System. MSYS includes several handy shell tools like bash, make and grep that will allow you to build applications that depend on. MSYS is a collection of GNU utilities such as bash, make, gawk and grep to allow building of applications and programs which depend on traditionally UNIX tools to be present. .. I am trying to use msys as a make for netbeans, when i try to compile a program, it gives me this problem "mkdir not found" please help me.
I have just found the solution to this problem on the NetBeans forums here: http:// All you need to do is: Go to C:\MinGW\bin and make a copy of Then rename it to Now go to C:\MinGW\msys\\bin and rename to