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Creating a New Project

The following topic applies to Eclipse* for C/C++.
To create a new Eclipse* project:
  1. Select
    File
    New
    Project...
    The
    New Project
    wizard opens.
  2. Expand the
    C/C++ Project
    tab and select the appropriate project type. Click
    Next
    to continue.
  3. For
    Project name
    , enter
    hello_world
    . Deselect the
    Use default location
    to specify a directory for the new project.
  4. In the
    Project Type
    list, expand the
    Executable
    project type and select
    Hello World [C or C++] Project
    .
  5. In the
    Toolchains
    list, select
    Intel(R) C++ Compiler
    . Click
    Next
    .
    • If you need to see the toolchains for the compilers that are not locally installed, uncheck
      Show project types and toolchains only if they are supported on the platform
      . You are only able to view and configure these toolchains if the proper compilers are installed.
    • If you have multiple versions of the Intel® C++ Compiler installed, they appear in the project’s properties under
      C/C++ Build
      Settings
      on the
      Intel Compiler Selection
      tab.
  6. The
    Basic Settings
    page allows specifying template information, including
    Author
    and
    Copyright notice
    , which appear as a comment at the top of the generated source file. The
    Hello world greeting
    string displayed by the
    hello_world
    program and
    Source
    directory relative to the project where the generated source file is created can be specified on this page. After entering desired fields, click
    Next
    .
  7. The
    Select Configurations
    page allows specifying deployment platforms and configurations. By default, a
    Debug
    and
    Release
    configuration is created for the selected toolchain. Select no (
    Deselect all
    ), multiple, or all (