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Eclipse C/C++ Developer Guide
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Specifying the location of source files

You can specify the locations of source files used when debugging a C or C++ application. By default, this information is taken from your project.

To specify the locations of source files:

  1. In the C/C++ Projects view, select a project.
  2. Click Run > Run or Run > Debug.
  3. In the Configurations box, expand C/C++ Local.
  4. Select a run or debug configuration.
  5. Click the Source tab.
  6. To add a source container to the source locations list:
    • Click Add to open the Add Source dialog box
    • Select a container type.
    • Select a container from the list of available containers of the selected type.
  7. You can remove or modify a source container by selecting a container and clicking the Remove or Edit button.
  8. You can change the order of source containers by selecting a container and clicking the Up or Down buttons.
  9. To search for duplications in your source locations select the Search for duplicate source files on the path checkbox.

Related concepts
CDT Projects
Project file views

Related tasks
Creating or editing a run configuration

Related reference
Run and Debug dialog box

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