Make Builder tab
The Make Builder tab lets you configure how the IDE handles make errors, what command to use to build your project, and when to do a build:
Configuring make, build commands, and when to build on the Make Build tab.
- Build Setting
- If you want the IDE to stop building when it encounters a make or compile error, check Stop on first build error..
- Build Command
- If you want the IDE to use the default make command, check Use Default. If you want to use a different utility, uncheck Use Default and enter your own command in the Build Command field (e.g. C:/myCustomMakeProgram). In addition, it is also useful if you want to create custom arguments to use for make.
- Workbench Build Behavior
- You can specify how you want the IDE to build your project. For example, you can:
- check Build on resource save (Auto Build) to enable automatic building
- change the name of the Auto Build target (the default is all)
- change the name of the incremental build target (the default is all), and it can also be used for a full build (there isn't really a distinction; make is incremented by nature)
- change the name of the clean target (the default is clean)