Customizes the toolchain used in your build configuration; it lets you specify which tools the builder needs to include when it builds the project for a specified toolchain and configuration.
|Configuration||Click here for a description.|
|Manage configurations||Click here for a description.|
|Display compatible toolchains only||When selected, it shows a list of toochains that are only compatible with the current configuration. When this option is not selected, it shows a list of all toolchains known to the Eclipse CDT. A Toolchain is compatible if it can run on given platform. .|
|Current toolchain||Indicates the toolchain to use with the current configuration. A toolchain is a set of tools (such as a compiler, linker, and assembler) intended to build your project. Additional tools, such as a debugger, can be associated with a toolchain. There can be several toolchains available, depending on the compilers installed on your system.|
|Current builder||Indicates the builder used to build the selected configuration. A builder refers to an external make utility, such as GNU make, that the Eclipse CDT uses (and relies on) to build a project. The CDT can generate makefiles automatically when you create a Make C or C++ project, or you have the option of creating a C or C++ Make project where you provide the makefile yourself.|
|Used tools||Shows a list of tools currently included for the selected toolchain. You can click Select Tools to modify this list.|
|Select Tools||Opens the Select Tools dialog that lets you add or remove tools from the list of tools for the selected toolchain.|