Building the Target
The following topic applies to Xcode*.
A single project can contain multiple targets. The active target determines how your project is built. This topic describes how to build the target using the Xcode* IDE and documents the build steps using the
xcodebuildcommand line utility.
Starting with the 19.0 release of the Intel®
32-bit applications are no longer supported. If you want to compile 32-bit applications, you must use an earlier version of the compiler and you must use Xcode* 9.4 or earlier.
Building Using the Xcode* IDE
- Select the target in the project editor underTargets.
- To view the results of your build, click theLog Navigatorbutton.
You can change the compilation order of the files in an Xcode* target. To re-order the files listed under a target's
Compile Sources, click a source file and drag it before, or after other compilations.
Building From the Command Line Using the xcodebuild Utility
You can use the
xcodebuildutility to build a target. This utility uses the Xcode* project settings to build target projects from the command line. If you have previously configured your Xcode* project to build with the Intel compiler,
xcodebuildinvokes it from the command line.
To build from the command line:
- Check that the Xcode* project is configured to use the Intel®C++Compiler.
- Launch a terminal window from the finder by selecting.
- Change directories to the directory containing the Xcode* project file (.xcodeproj).
- If you have multiple versions of Xcode*, use thexcode-selectutility to verify the current Xcode* version.
- Issue anxcodebuildcommand. For example:xcodebuild -project HelloWorld.xcodeproj -target HelloWorld -configuration Debug
- Run the program built in the example from the previous step by entering the following:./build/Debug/HelloWorld
For more information, refer to the