[Moved][Closed]Eclipse CDT Juno Compile Issue

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    I am new to Qt. I have set up Qt 4.8.2 to run with Eclipse CDT (Juno Edition) using MinGW to compile. Everything links well and I can efficiently write code with auto-completion.

    My issue is when I compile (debug/release) the program nothing opens and the console says nothing went wrong but terminates, on its own. I am using the "Hello World - Notepad Example":http://qt-project.org/doc/qt-4.8/gettingstartedqt.html from the "Getting Started":http://qt-project.org/doc/qt-4.8/gettingstartedqt.html page to make sure code compiles correctly. Can someone help me understand whats going wrong?

    I found one "post":http://qt-project.org/forums/viewthread/9743 that mentioned it is pointless to try and debug in eclipse. This doesn't make sense to me if the Nokia team went through the trouble of creating a plugin for eclipse. So I ask again, what may be wrong and how can I fix this issue?

    Update: Re-installed Qt, Eclipse CDT, Qt Eclipse Integration Tool. Now using Qt 4.8.1
    I feel like I am getting closer to resolving the issue but now face a new problem. I get the following error that prevents me from going further: Program "make" not found in PATH, see below image. When I open up the project properties and look under "c++ make project", under the "Environment" tab I find this setting. It reads: C:\QtSDK\Desktop\Qt\4.8.1\msvc2010\bin;${env_var:PATH}. Anyone understand?

    !http://www.themindspot.com/junk/images/ERRORQTNCDT.png(Program "make" not found in PATH)!

    Brandon Clark

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