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  • 04/09/2020
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Wind River* Workbench IDE: Importing Build Specs for Existing Wind River* Linux* Projects

  • Wind River* Linux* 8.0 or later and Workbench 3.5 or later is installed on the Linux host system.
  • Wind River Linux application project exists on the Linux host system.
  • Intel® System Studio and its Workbench Integration layer is installed on the Linux host system.
  • Wind River Linux platform SDK (including
    , toolchains, and build specs for the Intel® C++ Compiler) is supplied with Intel® System Studio.
The steps outlined in this topic helps you to import build specs for an already existing Wind River Linux project. By importing the Intel® C++ Compiler (ICC)-associated build specs you can build the existing Wind River Linux application project using ICC from Workbench.
  1. Launch
    Project Explorer
    window opens.
  2. In the
    Project Explorer
    window, go to
    File > Import > General > Build Settings.
    Import Build Settings
    dialog opens.
  3. Select the
    Import Build Settings
    radio button.
  4. Under
    Import build settings from:
    , select
    Default Settings (Wind River Linux ...)
    Now you have two choices.
    • You can overwrite existing build settings.
    • You can import specific build specs.
  5. If you want to overwrite existing build settings, select the
    Overwrite existing build settings
    radio button, and click
    to close the dialog.
    You will erase any custom build settings like extra libraries and compiler flags. For example, the
    sample application would lose its
    extra library flag.
  6. If you want a specific build setting, select
    Import specific build specs
    and click
    Import specific build specs
    dialog is displayed.
  7. Select an ICC-specific build specs and click
    to close the dialog.
You have successfully imported ICC-specific build specs to use to build Wind River Linux application project using ICC in Workbench IDE.

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