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Eclipse C/C++ Developer Guide
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Common page, Run or Debug dialog box

The Common page of the Run and Debug dialog boxes lets you specify the location in which to store your run configuration and how you access it, how standard input and output is handled, and if background launches are enabled or not.

Common page, Run or Debug dialog box

Component Description
Local file Saves the launch configuration locally.
Shared file Specifies the path of, or browse to, a workspace to store the launch configuration file, and be able to commit it to CVS.
Display in favorites menu Add configuration name to Run or Debug menus for easy selection.
Console Encoding Specify encoding scheme to use for console output.
Allocate Console (necessary for input) Check to assign a console view to receive the output.
File Specify file name to save output.
Browse Workspace... Specifies the path of, or browse to, a workspace to store the output file.
Browse File System... Specifies the path of, or browse to, a file system directory to store the output file.
Variables... Select variables by name to include in the output file.
Append Check to append output. Uncheck to recreate file each time.
Launch in background Check to launch configuration in background mode.

Related concepts
Debug overview
Debug information

Related tasks
Running and debugging

Related reference
Run and Debug dialog box

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