The picture attached in the first link is what I see on my screen right now.
Here is what I did:
- use subclipse to import a folder from my svn repository
- with the checkout wizard, I chose "empty C/C++ project"
- I disabled "build automatically"
If I hit the "build" button, it says:
16:16:43 **** Build of configuration Build (GNU) for project native ****
make: *** No rule to make target `all'. Stop.
16:16:43 Build Finished (took 57ms)
Then, I found that I can't ask Eclipse CDT to "generate makefile automatically" in project->properties->builder settings as it is greyed out.
Then, I created a new "makefile project with existing code" project in another workspace to point back to the C++ project above, then I can build correctly.
How come I can't manage my build in Eclipse Juno as I did in Eclipse Galileo?
What's the proper way to checkout a folder and mark the project as a C++ project with eclipse able to generate make file automatically?
One more thing I tried: checked out the svn project as a C++ "makefile project with existing code" project.
But the result is the same -- hit build button and it says "make: *** No rule to make target `all'. Stop.", and project->properties->builder settings and project->properties->build type are greyed out.