Configuring automated builds

To configure an automated build, you have to use make. If you're using a managed project, you have to use Gnu Make Builder, which generates the Makefiles for you. If the projects don't have any dependencies, you only have to run make in a root directory (or other appropriate directory). If you want to build several projects, you have to create an external Makefile that references all projects.

Note: The generated Makefiles are hardcoded to the specific workspace location; they don't work well with source control.
Related concepts
Building a single project
Building from the command line
Adding a use message
Related tasks
Enabling the autobuild feature for QNX C/C++ projects
Enabling the autobuild feature for non QNX C/C++ projects
Building all projects
Building selected projects
Cleaning and rebuilding all projects
Cleaning selected projects
Autosave before building
Creating custom options
Creating a QNX target system Project
Creating a launch configuration