opening a project

Huh I am not able to get the editor to open any c or c++ code. I don't have a project to open (how owuld I have produced one anyways? ) I have c code but that is apparently not what it's looking for. SO what exactly is the type of file it's looking for when it says "open project?" and how do I obtain one of these files ?
Thanks!

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Since AppCode is currently intended primarily for developing iOS / OSX applications, I assume it's looking for a .xcodeproj (Xcode Project) file.  If you don't have one, I recommend obtaining one by selecting the "New Project" option from the AppCode startup dialog.  You can drop your C or C++ files into the project that is created and access them from there on out.  Also note that you will need Xcode installed to use AppCode.

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There is no way to create  new project in the application I am using. Perhaps I am a beta tester in  application which is actualy not appcode. This is a c/c++ e
ditor for Windows that I am posting about.  Am I in the wrong forum?It says "Welcome to C++ IDE, so that perhaps is alos the name of it? Maybe there is no forum for this yet?

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Current preview of C++ IDE does not have any wizard to create a new cmake project. But you can create it by yourself using cmake documentation ( http://www.cmake.org/cmake/help/examples.html ) and then open CMakeLists.txt file.

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