From: Rene Rivera (grafik666_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-02-26 12:09:05
On 2002-02-26 at 05:59 PM, witt_at_[hidden] (Thomas Witt) wrote:
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>On Tuesday 26 February 2002 16:59, Rene Rivera wrote:
>> variant my-debug : TplDerived : ;
>> variant my-release : TplDerived : ;
>Where comes the debug and release in ?
Oops, again, forgot something, that should be:
variant my-debug : TplDerived debug : ;
variant my-release : TplDerived release : ;
>What templates do is maintain a variable that holds requirements. For each
>target prepend eventual template req's to target req's. The idea is to do the
>same for build settings.
>The advantage I see is that template is more fine grained than variant. Using
>variant would mean loads of uneccessary req's(think library-path) for most of
>the targets. Furthermore all main-targets in a project have to use the same
>variant whereas they are free to select the template.
Yes, I see that now from the example Dave pointed out. I'll explain some of my
other thoughts on that other thread.
And, thanks for the fresh outlook on this problem :-)
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