Edit»Project

Use the Edit Project dialog box to make changes to projects. The Edit Project dialog box has the following options:

  • Project label—Contains the name of the project. You can type a new name for the project. This name identifies the project in the Project Tree.
  • Project files—Contains a tree view of the files in the project.
  • Use absolute path for file—Forces LabWindows/CVI to store the file path as an absolute path in the project file, rather than a path relative to the project when you load this project file from a different location.
  • Add—Opens the Add Files to Project dialog box, where you can select one or more files to add to the project.
  • Replace—Opens the Replace File in Project dialog box, where you can enter or browse to a new file to use in place of the original file.
  • Remove—Deletes the file from the project list.
  • Include Paths—Opens the Include Paths dialog box, where you can specify the paths that LabWindows/CVI should use when searching for header files.
  • Source Code Control—Opens the Source Code Control Options dialog box, where you can specify source code control settings.
  • 32-Bit Release Configuration—Opens the 32-bit Release Configuration dialog box, where you can specify which 32-bit release configuration compiler to use for the project.
  • 64-Bit Release Configuration—Opens the 64-bit Release Configuration dialog box, where you can specify which 64-bit release configuration compiler to use for the project.
  • OK—Accepts changes made to the project and closes the dialog box.
  • Cancel—Closes the dialog box without making any changes to the project.

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