RE: [cdt-dev] Adding 100's of C++ Projects to a Workspace
That makes it harder. The APIs are CDT but they aren't
properly documented. :(
RTFM question: Is the Build
Model API specific to CDT or is it Eclipse-wide? I have no experience
with the Eclipse code base, ditto CDT.
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There was supposed to be some work done on being able to set
the options on multiple configs at the same time. I'm not sure that made
You could use the Build Model APIs to write a menu item that could
adjust all the settings and such.
Mucking with the .cproject file will
likely blow up severely. Those magic numbers do need to be unique and I do
believe the need to be unique across the workspace (or all workspaces
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Subject: [cdt-dev] Adding
100's of C++ Projects to a Workspace
Adding 100's of C++ projects to a workspace is
tedious. They all have the same project settings. I have looked at
the .cproject files hoping I could just make 100 copies of one .cproject file,
change some of the names, etc. and have a full workspace.
It appears that there is a unique
value attribute in the XML elements that represent user-defined
configurations. For example:
My questions for you all: is the "1988654434" just a unique number?
Does it have to be unique to my workspace or just to the .cproject?
I can't find a reference to it anywhere else in the workspace, is it
being used elsewhere?
Can I just copy the .cproject file, change the attribute that
indicates the project name, build artifact, etc.?
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