To create a simple helloworld project, follow these steps after starting Eclipse*:
Select Window > Open Perspective > C/C++ Development.
From the Eclipse File
menu, select New > Project.
The New Project wizard opens with
the Select dialog to specify the
kind of project you want to create. In the left column, select C
from the list. In
the right column, select Managed Make
C Project. Click Next to
See also Standard and Managed Make Files.
In the Name
text box of the Managed Make C Project
dialog, type helloworld. Check
the Use Default Location box,
if not already checked. Click Next
From the Select
a Target dialog, select Linux Executable
Using Intel(R) C/C++ Compiler from the Platform
drop-down list. Check the Release
and Debug configuration boxes.
Click Next to proceed.
Project Settings dialog lets you create dependencies between your
new project and other existing projects. There should not be any other
existing projects at this point. Click Finish
to complete creation of your new helloworld project.
If you are not currently in the C/C++
Development Perspective, you will see the Confirm
Perspective Switch dialog. Click Yes
In the Navigator
view, you should now see an entry for your helloworld
The next step is Adding a C Source File.