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Eclipse C/C++ Developer Guide
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Defining Project Build settings

The Builder Settings page lets you:

  • Select whether CDT-generated makefile should be used or custom one.
  • Select internal or external builder (for generated makefile only).
  • Change the default build command (for external builder or for custom makefile).
  • Configure how the CDT handles make errors.
  • Change parallel build settings.
  • Map the target passed to make when you select build or rebuild.
  • Redefine duild directory (for custom makefile only)

To define build settings:
In the C/C++ Projects view, right-click your project, and select Properties. Select C/C++ Build from the list.

Defining Project Build settings

  • To stop the build when an error is encountered, select Stop on first build error.
  • Select one of the following build command settings:
    • To use the default make command, select the Use Default check box.
    • To use a build utility other than the default make command Build Command box, clear the Use Default check box .
  • In the Workbench Build Behavior box, do the following:
    • To build your project when resources are saved and change the default make build target, select the Build on resource save (Auto Build) check box. Enter a new build target in the Make build target box.
    • To change the build default make build target, select the Build (Incremental Build) check box. Enter a new build target in the Make build target box.
    • To change the rebuild default make build target, select the Rebuild (Full Build) check box. Enter a new build target in the Make build target box.
  • Click OK.

Related concepts
CDT Projects
Project file views

Related tasks
Working with C/C++ project files

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