From: Hartmut Kaiser (hartmut.kaiser_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-12-07 20:51:01
Reece Dunn wrote:
> >The answer is no. But nothing prevents you from changing the wave
> >driver and add a -E option (or something similar) which
> instructs wave
> >to always output the preprocessed tokens to a file names *.i. But if
> >this is of general interest I can do that as well, it's not terribly
> >difficult to implement in the end.
> This might be useful to have, especially if/when BBv2 adds
> preprocessor support that allows you to specify a different
> preprocessor to the compiler being used, so you could compile
> using wave as the PP and VC as the compiler.
Done. I added the -E option which makes the wave driver redirect the
generated output to a file named after the input file, changing the
extension to '.i'.
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