View Full Version : Geany and the Intel C compiler. How?

April 26th, 2008, 06:00 PM
In the past, I have done my C programming using a terminal and bash. I like using the Intel C compiler. When using bash, I just source the iccvars.sh file inside my .bashrc to set up my environment. Now,I am starting to play with Geany and would like to use the Intel C compiler. I am using a makefile to manage things. How can I source this iccvars.sh file to make it available in Geany? Is there an option inside Geany? Do I need to configure something in Gnome?


April 26th, 2008, 08:30 PM
Under Build->Set Includes and Arguments, you can have it run anything you want. I have mine set to run make. You could probably have it run something like iccvars.sh && make if make doesn't just work.