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Build questions [message #29574] Fri, 04 October 2002 19:26 Go to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: ash371952.hotmail.com

There are several things I don't understand.
1) Why there is no way (at least I didn't find this one) to be informed
about launching global workspace rebuild (FULL_BUILD)? At the same time this
option exists for AUTO_BUILD.
2) Why at the same time Workspace broadcasts AUTO_BUILD after WorkSpace
rebuild (FULL_BUILD) finished? FULL_BUILD has nothing to do with AUTO_BUILD.
3) Why there is no way (at least I don't know this one) how being in
particular builder to call another builder ? For example, I have a project
that depends from another project, and this second one uses another type of
builder. I'm trying firstly to build the second project using a reasonable
way IProject.build(...). But it doesn't work because BuildManager is
already active.

Maybe somebody know how to deal in those cases? I solved two first problem
using very cumbersome solution and eagerly looking for something more
elegant.
Re: Build questions [message #29599 is a reply to message #29574] Fri, 04 October 2002 20:35 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: john_arthorne.o_ti.com

Alex, can you repost this message to the eclipse.tools newsgroup
instead? The eclipse.technology project is for exploring new
directions, research and education for the Eclipse project. See the
following link for more information on the Eclipse technology project:

http://www.eclipse.org/technology/index.html
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Alex Chapiro wrote:

>There are several things I don't understand.
>1) Why there is no way (at least I didn't find this one) to be informed
>about launching global workspace rebuild (FULL_BUILD)? At the same time this
>option exists for AUTO_BUILD.
>2) Why at the same time Workspace broadcasts AUTO_BUILD after WorkSpace
>rebuild (FULL_BUILD) finished? FULL_BUILD has nothing to do with AUTO_BUILD.
>3) Why there is no way (at least I don't know this one) how being in
>particular builder to call another builder ? For example, I have a project
>that depends from another project, and this second one uses another type of
>builder. I'm trying firstly to build the second project using a reasonable
>way IProject.build(...). But it doesn't work because BuildManager is
>already active.
>
>Maybe somebody know how to deal in those cases? I solved two first problem
>using very cumbersome solution and eagerly looking for something more
>elegant.
>
>
Re: Build questions [message #584131 is a reply to message #29574] Fri, 04 October 2002 20:35 Go to previous message
John Arthorne is currently offline John ArthorneFriend
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Alex, can you repost this message to the eclipse.tools newsgroup
instead? The eclipse.technology project is for exploring new
directions, research and education for the Eclipse project. See the
following link for more information on the Eclipse technology project:

http://www.eclipse.org/technology/index.html
-

Alex Chapiro wrote:

>There are several things I don't understand.
>1) Why there is no way (at least I didn't find this one) to be informed
>about launching global workspace rebuild (FULL_BUILD)? At the same time this
>option exists for AUTO_BUILD.
>2) Why at the same time Workspace broadcasts AUTO_BUILD after WorkSpace
>rebuild (FULL_BUILD) finished? FULL_BUILD has nothing to do with AUTO_BUILD.
>3) Why there is no way (at least I don't know this one) how being in
>particular builder to call another builder ? For example, I have a project
>that depends from another project, and this second one uses another type of
>builder. I'm trying firstly to build the second project using a reasonable
>way IProject.build(...). But it doesn't work because BuildManager is
>already active.
>
>Maybe somebody know how to deal in those cases? I solved two first problem
>using very cumbersome solution and eagerly looking for something more
>elegant.
>
>
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