Working with Projects

The project is your main work area in OneTest Embedded  , as displayed in the Project Explorer window.

A project is a tree representation that contains nodes. Projects can contain one or more sub-projects which are actually links to other projects.

Note  Previous versions of the product used Workspaces instead of sub-projects. Workspaces are automatically converted to sub-projects when loaded into the current version of the product.

Within the project tree, each node has its own individual Configuration Settings —inherited from its parent node— and can be individually executed.

 

To learn about

See

Creating a new project

New Project Wizard

Understanding how projects work

Understanding Projects

Creating a group folder inside a project

Creating a Group

Adding a new application node to a project without using an activity wizard

Manually Creating an Application Node

Adding files from an existing makefile

Importing a Makefile

Adding a command line to a project

Creating an External Command Node

Adding source files to an existing node

Adding Files to the Project

Excluding a node from execution

Excluding a Node from a Build

Removing a node from a project

Deleting a Node

Renaming an existing node in the project

Renaming a Node

Changing build options and Runtime Analysis tools

Selecting Build Options

Executing the project or an individual node

Building and Running a Node

Using the Debug setting of your compiler

Debug Mode

Removing all previously generated files

Cleaning Up Generated Files

 

Related Topics

Project ExplorerAbout Configuration SettingsActivity Wizards