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Eclipse C/C++ Developer Guide
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Renaming a project

You can rename a project, and have all references changed using the refactoring engine.

To rename a project:

  1. In the C/C++ Projects view, right-click a project, and select Rename.

    Project Properties menu highlighting Rename


  2. The edit box is activated for the selected project. Type a new name.
  3. Press Enter.

Note: Renaming a project causes it to be re-indexed. This can take a significant amount of time for very large projects. The new name must be unique within the workspace.

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CDT Projects
Project file views

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Working with C/C++ project files

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Project properties

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