The Preferences dialog () lets you customize the behavior of your environment, such as when to build your projects, which target processors to build for, and how to open new perspectives.
Besides global preferences, you can also set preferences on a per-project basis using the Properties item in right-click menus.
On Ubuntu 9.10, icons inside menus aren't displayed if you use GTK 2.18; see bug 293720 at http://www.eclipse.org.
Workaround: Turn on the Show icons in menus option (for example, under on Ubuntu 9.10).
This page () lets you specify which version of the Momentics IDE for BlackBerryto use when developing your applications.
The SDK Selection options set the environment variables according to the version of the BlackBerry 10 Native SDK that you specify. The host uses these environment variables to locate files on the host computer. By default, the IDE uses the last installed version of the software that appears in the Select SDK list in this window.
|Select SDK||The name of the software development kit you want to use, or Use Environment Variables if you want to use the one specified by the QNX_HOST and QNX_TARGET environment variables|
|Version||The version of the BlackBerry 10 Native SDK. You can't modify this field.|
|SDK Tools Path||The location of host-specific files|
|SDK Platform Path||The location of target-specific files on the host machine|
The default value for each is from the version of the BlackBerry 10 Native SDK that you last installed.
This page contains the general settings for the IDE based on user profiles. You can access the Profiles page from. Profiles provide a way to hide functionality that's not needed for a specific developer. Using this page, you can activate or deactivate certain capabilities in the IDE based on your user profile:
- BlackBerry Application Developer
- BlackBerry System Developer
- C/C++ Developer (CDT)
- QNX Developer
- QNX System Developer
When you set capabilities, the following rules apply:
- More than one profile can be active at the same time.
- Profiles can be set interactively using the Profiles preferences, or by using the configuration file.
- The IDE can dynamically reconfigure itself when you add a new profile, or when an existing one is disabled.
The following preferences can be changed on the Profiles preference page.
|Profiles||The following categories are available:
||Depends on product installation.|
|Description||Describe the type of category currently selected.||N/A|
|Select All||Enable all the categories in the list to enable all functionality.||N/A|
|Deselect All||Remove all the currently selected functionality from the categories in the list.||N/A|
|Advanced||Configure detailed capabilities for specific profiles. These capabilities identify the features in the IDE that are available for each profile.||Not selected|
Last modified: 2013-10-30