Working with Multiple Projects in the Intel® System Studio

By default, your projects are listed in the Project Explorer tab. When you click the Run  and Debug  icons in the menu bar, the Intel® System Studio runs the currently selected project using the project's target connection. Steps are below to choose the selected project and target connection:

Selecting a project

You can determine which project to run or debug by default when you click the Run and Debug  icons in the menu bar. This is called the selected project. Note that sensors and headers that you add to your project from the Sensor Support tab are added to the selected project only, not to all projects on the Project Explorer tab.

Steps are below to select a project manually. If you run or debug a project (for example, through the Run drop-down menu), the project is automatically selected.

  1. On the Project Explorer tab, locate the name of your project.
  2. Click the name of the project to select. The word [selected] is displayed next to the project name to signal that it is selected.

Once you've selected a project, you can also tell what target OS the project is for. For example, if [Ubuntu 16.04 64-Bit] is displayed next to the name, as shown in the image below, the project is for targets with Ubuntu* 16.04 64-Bit.

Selecting the target connection for a project

The connection that your project uses when you run or debug the project is called the target connection. By default, all projects in the Intel System Studio use the same target connection. Follow the steps below to set the target connection for the selected project.

  1. Click on the arrow next to the connection drop-down list and select your connection.
  2. Ensure that your target is selected in the drop-down list.

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