Command Line Build through NSight Eclipse

With visual studio you can kick off a build directly on a project, with is entirely equivalent to pressing run through the IDE. Is there an equivalent command line option for NSE? I know I could copy the entire build command out of the projects and run those, but I was hoping to keep the build completely in-line with the IDE project. In other words is there an equivalent to:

call msbuild.exe Cuda.sln /p:Configuration=Release /p:Platform=x64

Just to add a bit more, I know that you can call make once the makefiles have all been created, however I cannot find any way for eclipse to generate these other than by pressing build inside the IDE.

Shameless bump, I guess the lack of answer implies not many people use the eclipse IDE or the functionality is not available.

I have the same question, as how to build NSight eclipse project via command line.

I would like to join the question, i also need this capability

Have you find any solution for this?
I’m facing same issue…

Hi rofehaim1,

Have you tried Nsight Eclipse plugins with Eclipse?

Then you can run,

eclipse -nosplash
-application org.eclipse.cdt.managedbuilder.core.headlessbuild
-import {[uri:/]/path/to/project}
-build {project_name | all}
-cleanBuild {projec_name | all}