|Re: "Project Build command" vs "Make target Build command" [message #884955 is a reply to message #882595]
||Tue, 12 June 2012 07:00
| Axel Mueller
Registered: July 2009
Q1: What is the difference between a "project build command" and a "make target build command"?
Project build command will call the command that you have specified as "Build command" in Project Properties->C/C++ Build
(default is "make all")
Q2: When is the "project build command" executed and when is the "make target build command" executed?
"project build command" is executed when you select Build Project or press Ctrl-B. Make targets are available from the context menu in the Project Explorer or you can use the Make Target View (I prefer this one when you have a lot of make targets).
Q3: Which is executed if I "Build Project" aka CTRL-b
see Q3. "project build command" is executed
Q4: Which is executed if I "Build all"
This will call the "project build command" of every project in our workspace.
Q5: I should probably append "-j4" to my "project build command" [this isn't much of a question, but I like the Qn format].
I would advise so.
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