#7 proxy cpp-files in one same directory

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nobody
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2002-10-15
2002-10-11
Anonymous
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Hi.

I have to write a makefile. In this makefile i want to
compile the Proxyclasses that the Autoproxy has
generated. Because i do not know the folders/packages
where the Autoproxy puts all the cpp-files into, it have
difficulties to compile the classes. It would be better if i
am able to tell the compiler the directory to put all the
classes, because it's easier to compile.
Where is no problem with the directories of the header-
files! It would only be better to be able to put the cpp-
files in one folder.

Thanks,

Gerhard Sonnenberg (Germany)

Discussion

  • Toby Reyelts

    Toby Reyelts - 2002-10-15
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  • Toby Reyelts

    Toby Reyelts - 2002-10-15

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    Hi Gerhard,

    The files have to go in different folders, because of
    potential name clashes. It would be better to integrate a
    shell script or something like that with your build. For
    example, do something like a find . -name "*.cpp"

    I've been pondering about a way to handle this in a
    cross-platform easy manner, but the problem is that it's not
    easy to do, and everybody seems to have their own special
    needs for builds.

    God bless,
    -Toby Reyelts

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    Hi Toby,

    I habe written an ant task to rename all my classes like the
    Object of the package java.lang to JaceProxyJavaLangObject.
    So where will be no conflict if I put the '.o'-files in a '.a'-library.
    I've also writen ant tasks to use the autoproxy.
    It would be a nice feature to have ant tasks in the next jace
    version.

    Gerhard

     

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