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Eclipse CDT "hello world" after "New ... Finish" [message #1773495] Thu, 28 September 2017 15:33
Vaclav Sal is currently offline Vaclav SalFriend
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There are plenty of tutorials about how to implement "hello world" in Eclipse CDT.
I am looking for a guide after "Finish" of "New → C program..." .
Is there such guide ?

For example - after "finish" the base C file is displayed - where is that documented?
For debugging purposes the compiler should be optioned with "verbose" at the start of the development. But one has to guess / experiment to find that out - not everybody is an expert.


I am basically frustrated with so many "automated / hidden steps" of Eclipse CDT which are so difficult to reliably reproduce with same results.
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