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set env.variable based on architecture [message #1037275] Tue, 09 April 2013 11:15
Tamas Csabina is currently offline Tamas CsabinaFriend
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Hi,

I have a project where I need to set an env.variable, but the content if it should be different if this runs on x64 or if it runs on x32 (both Windows by the way).

Let`s say:
on x64 bit my env.variable contains:
MYUTILS="c:\program files (x86)\tools\bin"

on x32 bit my env.variable contains:
MYUTILS="c:\program files\tools\bin"


In a simple batch file I can do this easily (as PROGRAMFILES(x86) is a env.variable only defined on x64bit windows systems):
IF "%PROGRAMFILES(x86)%"=="" (SET progfiles=%PROGRAMFILES%) ELSE SET progfiles=%PROGRAMFILES(x86)%
SET MYUTILS="%progfiles%\tools\bin"



But how can I do this in an Eclipse project (yes, it has to be stored in the project), by using the C/C++ Build->Environment menu?
Or alternatively I could use any other project option.
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