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The Project Tree contains the list of files in each project included in your workspace. The active project name appears in bold. The active project determines which project you can build, debug, modify, and so on. An asterisk next to the project name indicates that the project has been modified since it was last saved.
To open and edit files, double-click the filename. For .fp files, double-click the filename to open the Select Function Panel dialog box; double-click the .fp file icon to open the .fp in the Function Tree Editor. For files not native to LabWindows/CVI, double-click the filename to open the file in the associated editor; double-click the file icon to attempt to open the file in a LabWindows/CVI Source window.
You can move files between folders and projects. To move a file to a new position in another project or in another folder, drag and drop the file. You also can copy files between projects in a workspace. To copy a file, press <Ctrl> while you drag and drop the file.
If you attach the project to a source code control system, a box appears next to the icon for each file in the Project Tree. An empty box means that the file is under the source code control. A box with a red checkmark, , means that you currently have the file checked out. A box with a blue checkmark, , means that someone else has the file checked out.
You also can view additional columns of information in the Project Tree. The columns include the date and time the file was last modified and the size of the file.
Right-click a project name to perform the following actions:
Right-click a file in a project, such as a source file or user interface file, to perform the following actions:
Right-click a folder to perform the following actions:
Right-click an empty area of the Project Tree to perform the following actions: