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#215 Using the compilerarg's location attribute omits the arg

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David Haney
cpptasks (103)
5
2007-09-22
2007-09-14
Michael Micucci
No

On windows/msvc8, using the "location" attribute of the compilerarg element will actually completely omit the argument altogether. Using "start", "end", or "mid" doesn't make a difference. Any value will cause the omission.

Thanks!

--Mike Miuccci
--Senior Software Developer - Roguewave Software Inc.

Discussion

    • summary: Using the compilerarg's location attribute omits the argumen --> Using the compilerarg's location attribute omits the arg
     
  • David Haney
    David Haney
    2007-09-21

    • assigned_to: carnold --> darius42
     
  • David Haney
    David Haney
    2007-09-22

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    It looks like the arguments are being included in the actual command invocation, however they weren't being recorded properly in the history.xml file that is generated.

    Fixed in svn revision 146.

     
  • David Haney
    David Haney
    2007-09-22

    • status: open --> closed-fixed