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Project configuration and setup
Project configuration in software development is the process of setting up how your code will be built, managed and/or run. It varies depending on the programming language and tools, as the IDE, used. For instance, when programming in C/C++, the project setup usually comes with defining which artifacts (executables, libraries) will be built from certain source code files, with given compiling and linking options. In Microsoft Visual, this can be mostly done with wizards, menu and contextual commands; e.g. you can configure your directories containing external libraries in a dialog (Project Properties).