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Setting up CLion to work with our software is really the same as using CLion with a 'Makefile' project. By default, CLion uses CMake to to figure out which files are part of a program or library. The problem for our software, and any software that does not use CMake, is that most of the benefit(s) of CLion (or any IDE) depend on knowing all the files that are used to build a program or library.
This page shows how to set up CLion with software that uses make and/or autotools.
1 The whole server or just parts
First, you need to decide if you want to work with all of the C++ code as one 'project' or use a separate project for each of 'hyrax-dependencies,' 'libdap4,' and 'bes.' In practice, you choose one way and then switch without paying too great a penalty.
For the rest of this HowTo, I'll assume you have done the following:
- Checkout the hyrax git repo from GitHub (https://github.com/opendap/hyrax) and ...
- Have used the script(s) to checkout the three C++ projects 'hyrax-dependencies,' 'libdap4,' 'bes.'
- Or, you've done something else to get our server code...
2 Open a directory that contains code
When you start CLion, you will see a dialog box