The attached patch is enables the generation of project files for
C++BuilderX and provides stubs for Microsoft Visual Studio
and .NET project files which will be forthcoming shortly. (I need to
submit to CVS to switch platforms). Until major refactoring, these
are only going to work tolerably for homogeneous compilations
(where every C++ file has the same options). The current
C++BuilderX implementation only supports shared libraries
compiled with GCC on Linux and only captures -I and -D command
I've love to support Apple XCODE but the format looks a bit tricky.
Metrowerk's CodeWarrior appeared to be binary, so apparently out
of the question. Eclipse CDT appears to compile anything in the
target directories, so the value of generating a project file is small.
If anyone wants to have a go at it, try a shot at other IDE's or
improve these. Please feel free to pitch in.