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Saving Project Configuration Settings [message #1849222] Sun, 09 January 2022 14:27
Todd Longfellow is currently offline Todd LongfellowFriend
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I am using Eclipse C/C++ IDE for developing x86_64 assembly language programs using the NASM assembler and C programs with GCC compiler set. My issue is that I am not finding a way to save my build configuration settings for NASM from one project to the next. The IDE reverts to its default, which is the AS (GAS) assembler.

In searching for a remedy in the forum, I came across a post made a few years ago, where the poster stated the same problem. There was one relevant answer, and that was to copy the .cproject and .project files from one project to the next.

It is a clunky work-around, but it does work. I am surprised that the developers have not addressed this issue in later releases of Eclipse, especially since Eclipse does save other settings from one project to the next. Since build environments can be very complicated, I would think that a key feature would be to save a build environment so it can be used on another project.

Please add a way to save project build configuration settings such that they can be used from one project to the next.

Thank you!
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