12.8.7. Changing build tools for a specific user-defined project

When you install RealView Debugger for the first time, it determines the location of your build tools to use for all user-defined projects that you create. However, you can override this setting or specify a different tool for selected projects.

To change the compiler for a project:

  1. Select Project → Project Properties... to display the Project Properties window.

  2. Select the *COMPILE=arm group in the List of Entries pane.

  3. Right-click on the Tool_path setting in the Settings Values pane, and select Edit as Filename from the context menu.

  4. Use the Enter New Filename dialog box to locate the compiler for this project.

  5. Click Save to confirm your choice and to enter the pathname.

  6. Select File → Save and Close to regenerate the makefile(s) for the project, and close the Project Properties window.

  7. Select Tools → Build... to rebuild the application.

To restore the changed setting:

  1. Select Project → Project Properties... to display the Project Properties window.

  2. Select the *COMPILE=arm group in the List of Entries pane.

  3. Right-click on the *Tool_path setting in the Settings Values pane, and select Reset to Empty from the context menu.

  4. Select File → Save and Close to regenerate the makefile(s) for the project, and close the Project Properties window.

  5. Select Tools → Build... to rebuild the application.

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