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When .project is changed, how do I update the makefile on CLI ? [message #1777239] Mon, 27 November 2017 11:21
Hiroki Gotoh is currently offline Hiroki GotohFriend
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I try to compile c++ project on CLI.
I know that the following commands work well.

$ eclipse --launcher.suppressErrors -nosplash \
-application org.eclipse.cdt.managedbuilder.core.headlessbuild \
-data xxx \
-import yyy

$ eclipse --launcher.suppressErrors -nosplash \
-application org.eclipse.cdt.managedbuilder.core.headlessbuild \
-data xxx \
-cleanBuild all

However, happens compile error under the following conditions.

1: use "virtual folder" to link the source files.
2: .project has been update by svn or git. (change content is "remove some linked source files")

The cause is that an incorrect makefile is generated. (see attatchment file)
I tried to resolve this problem, but not.

I would like advice on solutions.

OS: Ubuntu 14.04
Eclipse: Oxygen or Mars
CDT: latest (v9.3.2.201709131603)
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