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Eclipse C/C++ Developer Guide
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Makefile Project - Discovery Options page

You can configure various options for the scanner configuration on the Discovery Options page of the Makefile Project panel in the Preferences window.

Makefile project - discovery options page

Makefile Project - Discovery Options page
Discovery profiles scope Define the scope as configuration-wide or per language for this profile.
Automate discovery of paths and symbols Activate this checkbox to scan the build output to populate the paths and symbol tables.
Report path detection problems Activate this checkbox to report all path detection problems.
Discovery profile Select the discovery profile to use for paths and symbol detection.
Enable build output scanner info discovery Activate this checkbox to configure the scanner to parse the output from a build.
Local build output from file Click Browse to select a file from disk or click Variables to open the Select Variables window to define the build output file.
Enable generate scanner info command Activate this checkbox to specify use of the default scanner information command
Compiler invocation command Type the command that invokes the compiler, for example: gcc, or click Browse to locate it.

Related concepts
Build overview

Related tasks
Including paths and symbols

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New CDT Project Wizard

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