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Eclipse C/C++ Developer Guide
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Environment preferences

Define environment variables and how they are used in the Environment preference panel.

Environment Preference

Environment Options
Environment variables to set Shows a list of the environment variables and their value.
New... Click to open the New Variable dialog where you define the variable name and value.
Select...

Click to open the Select variables dialog.

Edit... Click to edit the currently selected variable and its value.
Remove Click to remove the currently selected variable.
Undefine

Click to undefine the currently selected variable.

NOTE: Some variables, like PATH, have special meaning and cannot be undefined.

Append variables to native environment Activate this checkbox to append the variables to the native environment during execution.
Replace native environment with specified one Activate this checkbox to replace the native environment with these variables, restoring the native environment upon completion.

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