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How i can i get the build target back? [message #1768023] Thu, 13 July 2017 05:55 Go to next message
Tommy  Jhon is currently offline Tommy JhonFriend
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Hi,
i switched my Fortran project from Kepler to Neon. In Kepler i had a cmake environment configured with a build target in eclipse. When using Neon now, the build target is missing and i can't create a new one (the menu point for a new build target is greyed out). How i can i get the build target back?

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Re: How i can i get the build target back? [message #1768124 is a reply to message #1768023] Thu, 13 July 2017 18:39 Go to previous message
Christopher Hoffman is currently offline Christopher HoffmanFriend
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I'm not that familiar with cmake, but can you import your old projects target? I'm assuming its a file.

Depending on what plug-ins you have installed in Neon, you should be able to make a new target with new->Other->Target Definition, however that is for plugin development.

Maybe start a new fortran project in a new workspace and link to your source? Maybe the wizard will ask you for a target.
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