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Eclipse C/C++ Developer Guide
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Project Menu actions

Selecting Project Menu

Name Function Keyboard Shortcut
Open Project Shows a dialog that can be used to select a closed project and open it.  
Close Project Closes the currently selected projects.  
Build All Builds all projects in the workspace. This is a full build; all files are built. Ctrl+B
Build parallel Builds all (or selected) configurations of given project(s). Each configuration is built as separate parallel task.  
Build Configurations Submenu which allows to:
  • Delete resource configurastion for file/folder
  • Set active build configuration
  • Manage (add, remove, rename) build configurations
Build Project Builds the currently selected project. This is a full build; all files in the project are built.  
Build Working Set Builds the current working set.  
Clean Invokes the make clean defined in the makefile  
Build Automatically When checked, the CDT will perform a build whenever a file in a project is saved. You should turn this feature off for very large projects.  
Make Target Submenu wich allows create or build a target in the Make Targets view.  
Properties Displays the Properties dialog. From that dialog you can display the properties of resources in Info, External Tools Builders, C/C++ Build (managed only) File Types, Indexer options, C/C++ Make Project (standard only), C/C++ Project Paths (standard only), Include Paths and Symbols (standard only), and Project References.  

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