C/C++ Project Properties, Build, Settings, Data Volume Dialog
The Data Volume dialog is brought up when a user selects the Add... button from the Container Settings Data Volumes table. Like the properties tab, this dialog is only available if the optional Docker C/C++ Launch feature is installed.
Data volumes can be specified from the local file system, another Container, or created as empty, in the Docker Container where the build will be performed.
|Container path||This defines the path that the data volume will be mounted as within the Docker Container.|
|No external mount||Use this option to create a new empty directory in the Docker Container that is not mounted to any external directory.|
|Mount a host directory or host file||Use this to specify a local system path that will be mounted in the Docker Container with the given Container path.|
|Path||This is the local path of the directory or file to mount in the Docker Container. This can be specified manually or via the Directory/File buttons.|
|Directory||Use this button to bring up a local directory browser to fill in the Path text field when mounting a local directory in the Docker Container.|
|File||Use this button to bring up a local file browser to fill in the Path text field when mounting a local file in the Docker Container.|
|Read-only access||Check this button if mounting a local directory or file and you do not wish the Container to modify it.|
|Mount a data volume container||Check this button if mounting the volumes of another Container.|
|Container||This is a pull-down containing actively running Containers to use data volumes from if the option above is chosen.|
Available for: CDT projects.
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