|Re: Compiling updated code [message #900522 is a reply to message #899906]
||Tue, 07 August 2012 11:38
| L. D. James
Registered: March 2011
Chris Stankevitz wrote on Thu, 02 August 2012 14:55|
open the "make target" view and double-click the entry corresponding to the target you want to build. You could also use CTRL-B, but that will build all targets in all projects.
I wish there were a shortcut key for this like CTRL-F7 and F7 in MSVC
Thanks, Chris. Sorry for taking so long in getting back, but I had problems finding the thread. I thought I had "CDT" and "Run" in the subject title. I had included those terms in my search for the thread. I found the thread when I got a new reply, but hadn't given up in looking for the thread.
Anyway, I must say that I can't duplicate the problem I was having. At present when I click on the "Make All" (the hammer icon) option, my execute program gets updated.
Before it wasn't. I had continued playing around with configurations after reading your message.
It didn't immediately resolve my problem, but I gained confident that it was possible after ready your reply.
Some of the changes I made was click configure the build option to autosave all files (Window -> Preference -> General -> Workspace -> Save automatically before build).
The save was happening when I clicked on Run, but not when I clicked on Build. So I believe that was my culprit.
Thanks a bunch!
Axel Mueller wrote on Tue, 07 August 2012 05:33
There is the shortcut F9 to rebuild the latest make target. Shift-F9 will open the build make target dialog for folder of the currently select file/editor.
Thanks for the input and short cut, Avel. I had played with this for a week trying to get my execute file before posting my message. Now as I mentioned to Chris, I can't duplicate the problem. I even tried to backtrack my steps and remove the changes I made. The target still gets created when I click on the Build icon.
-- L. James
L. D. James
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