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Re: [cdt-dev] Build C/C++ projects in docker containers

Do you have the Optional C/C++ Docker Container Launch feature installed?  When that is installed, you can take a Managed Build project (Autotools, Std Make, Managed Make) and go to
Project->Properties->C/C++ Build->Settings and find the Container Settings tab.  There you can enable Container build and specify which active Docker connection and
Image to use.

See the picture at: under Container Build

You must have a Docker Daemon up and running and have it discovered in the Docker Explorer View (from Docker Tooling Perspective).

To build, you must ensure that the Image you choose has all the build tools needed installed (e.g. make, gcc, g++, autotools, gdbserver (if you debug))

-- Jeff J.

On Tue, May 8, 2018 at 5:50 PM, Guang shan Chen <gchen9@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Dear there,

I watched the video on youtube ( mentioning that Building C/C++ projects in Docker Containers was going to be added in Oxygen.2. 

I installed Oxygen.3a with Docker tooling plugin, but I could not figure out how to build C/C++ projects in a container.

Is it possible for Eclipse C++ Oxygen.3a to build C/C++ projects in Docker Containers? How to do it?


- Guangshan

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