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Re: [cdt-dev] Fortran Project Templates

No, I think setting up projects in a template is the way we should be doing something like this. There should be an API somewhere to set the error parsers for a project. You'd just write a custom action for your template that sets that for you. In theory...
On Fri, Jul 17, 2009 at 6:05 PM, Jeffrey Overbey <subscribe-cdt-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi all,

Apologies... I tried to RTFM but am not sure about the answer to this.

I am extending org.eclipse.cdt.core.templates to include a couple of Fortran Makefile project templates.  Right now, I'm using


Unfortunately, none of our Fortran error parsers are included by default in standard make projects.  But I definitely want them to be included in the projects generated by these wizards.

What's the easiest/best way to fix this?

It would be really nice if "Empty Project > -- Other Toolchain" would always include the Fortran error parsers, but if I can just fix the wizards, that would be fine for now.


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