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Compiled languages [message #1093511] Sat, 24 August 2013 06:52 Go to next message
Kevin Hagel is currently offline Kevin HagelFriend
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our custom language has a compile option. It is possible to run and debug our language strictly from source scripts, but we do have a compile option, we make it possible to Run As / Debug As the compiled versions.

I see some apparent support in DTLK: BinaryModule, ISourceMapperProvider and such, but I don't see any of the other language IDEs I've downloaded using this.

There's no way to deal with output mapping in .buildpath, that is the IBuildpathEntry has no value for BPE_OUTPUT, the BPListElement has no methods or support for output directories.

I'm wondering if anybody out there is using binary modules with their language?
Re: Compiled languages [message #1110324 is a reply to message #1093511] Mon, 16 September 2013 18:26 Go to previous message
Bruno Medeiros is currently offline Bruno MedeirosFriend
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On 24/08/2013 07:52, Kevin Hagel wrote:
> our custom language has a compile option. It is possible to run and
> debug our language strictly from source scripts, but we do have a
> compile option, we make it possible to Run As / Debug As the compiled
> versions.
>
> I see some apparent support in DTLK: BinaryModule,
> ISourceMapperProvider and such, but I don't see any of the other
> language IDEs I've downloaded using this.
>
> There's no way to deal with output mapping in .buildpath, that is the
> IBuildpathEntry has no value for BPE_OUTPUT, the BPListElement has no
> methods or support for output directories.
>
> I'm wondering if anybody out there is using binary modules with their
> language?

In the DDT IDE there is an output folder where binary artefacts go to.
This is configured outside of the DLTK infrastructure, so neither
..buildpath nor IBuildpathEntry is used. We have a lot of compilation
options other than just output folder, so DDT has its own preference
page (and configuration file in each project) for compilation settings.

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