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Old   September 30, 2020, 08:19
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Dear All,


Can anyone please let me know how do we open and build SU2 code in any pouplar integrated developement enviornment like Netbeans or VS code or Eclipse?


I see SU2_IDE folder in the SU2 code but I am unable to figure out how to proceed further.


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The issue were easy when there is makefile(in su2.6), since creating a project from existing makefile option is relavent in most of the ide's. however im unable to recreate project after su2.7 versions. Looking for guidance also.
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