CMakeLists.txt file changes, CLion shows a banner on top of the editor:
As you see, CLion suggests to reload the current project using the following options:
Choose the first option to reload the current project manually. In this case, the subsequent editing on the file
will lead to showing the same banner.
The second option results in selecting the check box Automatically reload CMake project on editing in the CMake Settings page of Settings.
All the subsequent changes of the file
CMakeLists.txt will cause the automatic reload of the current project and will pass unnoticed.
It is possible to make CLion always reload automatically. This is done in one of the following ways:
- Open Settings, and under the Build, Execution, Deployment node click the CMake Settings page. Then select the check box Automatically reload CMake project on editing.
- Click and type
cmake. Click the line with the required action:
In addition, CLion allows you to reload the project using the main menu. To reload a project from the main menu, do one of the following: