I have a question regarding etiquette. I am having a problem importing a CMake native project into Eclipse. I have already done the steps in the accepted answer in Stack Overflow question Importing a CMake project into Eclipse CDT.
However, while the CMake, Make, makeinstall, ./executeable 1 works from the commandline, I cannot get the project to build in Eclipse. Eclipse cannot find the correct paths to the
libs folders, even though I try to convince her with menu Properties -> General C++, Make Project or Include Libs and Symb...
If I were to post a new question, I would have basically the same title "Importing a CMake native project into Eclipse". The posting tips say I should not re-ask a question. Essentially, if another person throws a question and someone catches it, I might like to re-throw the question. Though it might have solved some peoples' problem, it fell short for me.
Should I try to come up with a new question with slightly different subject, or comment (unavailable) on the original?
1 It doesn't actually work. To my surprise, I cannot run the testproject executable doing
It fails with linking errors. I must run it from the repository top -1 directory specifying the full path from there, like:
This is possibly due to an in-source build configuration. For our project, the directory from which CMake, Make and executables are run cannot be varied.