The latest version of TINIConverter supports a -path
flag that (almost) eliminates the need for the TiniAnt
"depends" rule. Dynamic class references would still
need to be listed there.
Here's Kris' explanation:
> Subject: Re: [TINI] OneWireContainer not found
> Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2002 12:37:44 -0600
> From: "Kris Ardis" <Kristopher.Ardis@dalsemi.com>
> You can do this using TINIConvertor for TINI
> 1.1 firmware versions -- the previous
> TINIConvertor for 1.0X does not support it.
> Use the '-path' argument to tell TINIConvertor
> where to look for any files it needs. Also
> remember that BuildDependency is just a wrapper for
> TINIConvertor, so you can pass the '-path'
> argument to BuildDependency and it will pass that
> argument along to TINIConvertor.
> For example, I wrote a small application 'Test' that
> references classes 'TestClass' and 'TestInterface'.
> I could invoke...
> java BuildDependency -f Test.class -o Test.tini \ > -d tini.db -path c:\path\to\my\classes
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