|POLL: How do you use ".lst" files with AJDT in Eclipse? [message #580773]
||Tue, 15 June 2004 13:31
| Matt Chapman
Registered: July 2009
Background: As you probably know, the "ajc" compiler can be given an|
argfile option: "ajc -argfile sources.lst" for example, or alternatively
"ajc @sources.lst". The source.lst file can contain a list of files,
references to other .lst files, and also compiler options.
For the next release of AJDT we're looking at improving the usability of
defining build configurations from inside Eclipse (see ajdt-dev for
further discussions on this topic). We naturally want to do this in a way
which is intuitive for Eclipse users, whilst also providing some level of
support for existing .lst files. So if you use AJDT, or might do so in the
future, it would really help us if you could say how you currently use
..lst files, including the following two specific issues:
1. Do your .lst files contain references to other .lst files? If so, do
you tend to have one top level .lst file which includes various sub-level
files, or something more complex?
2. Do you tend to include compiler options in your .lst files?
Please also say if you never use .lst files in your AJDT projects at
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