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Eclipse C/C++ Developer Guide
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Property Pages Settings preferences

These settings affect behaviour of CDT property pages.

Property Pages Settings preferences tab

Show 'Manage Configurations...' button
Shows or hides corresponding button, normally placed on every property page.
If this button is hidden, Manage operation can be accessed from Main Menu or Context Menu.
Display 'Data hierarchy' tab
Displays auxilliary tab which allows browsing data of project configurations. This feature is useful for debug purposes mostly, so it's disabled by default.
Display 'Tool Chain Editor' tab
Shows or hides corresponding tab. Normally, users need not to edit tool chains manually.
Save property dialog bounds
Defines how property dialog parameters will be preserved:
  • Save dialog size only (position is set by system).
  • Save dialog and position (next time, dialog will be shown on the same place with the same size).
  • Do not save at all (size and position is set by system each time when dialog is shown).
Discovery profiles naming rule
Discovery profiles have unique IDs, but their names may be duplicate, expecially if they are contributed by different developers. So there are 4 way to distinguish them in the list on Discovery tab:
  • Show names if they are unique. Else show Name + ID.
  • Show names if they are unique. Else show IDs only.
  • Always show Name + ID.
  • Always show IDs only.
Restore Defaults
Sets all parameters to default values
Saves current settings.

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