From: Bob Jamison <rwjj@ea...> - 2008-04-25 20:17:06
Johan asked me to look into a way of having buildtool continue processing files after a compile error happens on a file. Although going to the next task after a failure would be incorrect, there is nothing to stop us from letting the <cc> task continue processing its file list after a compile failure.
So now there is a new attribute for <cc>:
which will allow the <cc> task to proceed with its file list after an error. At the end of processing the list, it will return failure as before. If you want to use this feature, just set the flag to true, and read the "compile.lst" compiler listing file after buildtool is done.
By the way, everyone should read compile.lst occasionally, even when builds are successful. Warnings are listed there.
Bob Jamison-2 wrote:
> By the way, everyone should read compile.lst occasionally, even when
> builds are successful. Warnings are listed there.
You're right about that! There's stacks of warning stuff in there that looks
like fodder for the 0.47 code cleanup.
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