Compiling Just One File.
sir.vestnik at gmail.com
Wed Sep 7 14:59:25 BST 2011
On Wednesday 07 September 2011 15:38:06 Andreas Pakulat wrote:
> On 07.09.11 14:31:52, Milian Wolff wrote:
> > On Tuesday 06 September 2011 23:26:20 Michael Hart wrote:
> > > LOL!
> > >
> > > I have been using kdevelop4 with cmake for sometime now and
> > > not until> >
> > > yesterday did I ever have the need to compile just one specific C++
> > > file in my entire project of about twenty plus *.cpp files. I would
> > > simply press F8 key and be happy.
> > >
> > > However, now I would like experiment with the content of just one
> > > C++ file; compile it but not build the entire project. How do I do
> > > this with kdevelop4?
> > I don't get it, do you want to compile a "hello-world"-style file, i.e.
> > without any external dependencies and such? Then take a look at the
> > "quick compile" external script which just calls gcc on the file.
> The CMake+Make support also allows to build individual object files,
> simply select the .cpp in the Project tree and hit Build. If you already
> have items in the build selection (the lower left list under the project
> tree view) then you'd have to remove those first since they override the
> current selection in the project tree (you can also just add the .cpp file
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Just tried it with one of my projects and it doesn't works for source file in a
subdirectory. Tried on master.
Kdevelop tried to execute
in the build dir while this command should be executed in corresponding
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