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File | Source File Path

Click Source File Path on the File menu to display, set, or append to the source path.

This command is equivalent to pressing CTRL+P.

Source Search Path Dialog Box

When you click Source File Path, the Source Search Path dialog box appears. This dialog box displays the current source path. If the Source path box is blank, there is no current source path.

You can enter a new path or edit the old path. If you want to search more than one directory, separate the directory names with semicolons.

If you are performing remote debugging, the Local check box will be available. Select this box to edit your debugging client's local source path; clear it to edit the debugging server's source path.

Click OK to save changes, or click Cancel to discard changes.

You can also click Browse to open the Browse For Folder dialog box.

Browse For Folder Dialog Box

In the Browse For Folder dialog box, you can browse through the folders on your computer or your network. You can also click the Make New Folder button to create a new folder. If you right-click a file or folder in this dialog box, a standard Windows shortcut menu appears.

Click OK to append the selected folder to the source path and return to the Source Search Path dialog box.

Additional Information

For more information and for other ways to change this path, see Source Path.

 

 

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