|build_files Environment Variable [message #230112]
||Thu, 05 February 2009 20:28
| Matthew Nichols
Registered: July 2009
In the description for the build_files environment variable, it says:|
Returns the set of absolute file system paths whose modification caused
the current build. A list of the characters, 'a' (added), 'c' (changed),
'r' (removed), 'f' (files only), 'd' (directories only), can be supplied
as an argument to limit the file list to just those types of deltas.
Defaults to all deltas.
I assumed this to mean that if I save a file and Eclipse does an
auto-build, then build_files would be set to the path+name of the file I
just saved. This doesn't seem to be the case as build_files is empty.
My goal is that, when a file is saved, the build process is called in the
directory where the file exists, rather than the root of the project. Any
ideas why the above idea didn't work? Thanks!
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