From: Alan Gutierrez (alan-jamboost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-12-22 08:49:04
* TEMPLIE Cédric <cedric.templie_at_[hidden]> [2004-12-22 08:40]:
> Alan Gutierrez wrote:
> > * TEMPLIE Cédric <cedric.templie_at_[hidden]> [2004-12-22 08:20]:
> >>Alan Gutierrez wrote:
> >>> How would one go about using Eclipse and Boost.Build together
> >>> one Windows? Does anyone have any experience doing such a thing?
> >>I am using eclipse with boost-build :)
> >>It is quite simple to make in place.
> >>You just have to put bjam in your path, replace the default make tools
> >>(make in eclipse) by bjam, and after you define target to be launch with
> >>bjam, that's all :)
> >>Be sure to have at least a Jamfile in your project root in eclipse, and
> >>lauching bjam through eclipse as the same effet than launching it in a
> >>command line...
> > Are you able to create multiple debug targets this way? I don't
> > mean to be obtuse. I use Eclipse for Java and with a class file
> > open, you can select Debug As... and execute a JUnit test or
> > Java application. I'm picking through Eclipse && Win32 && C++
> > right now, and if this is not the case, I'll stop now.
> > Thanks for the insight, I'd really like sort out these build
> > issues soon. Java && (Eclipse || Ant) && OS X = Simple.
> Using bjam with eclipse works the same way than using it as a command
> I don't know what do you mean with "multiple debug targets", but if it
> is possible to do that with bjam, it is also possible with Eclipse.
What I mean is, you are able to trace execution of any generated
executable, rather than having only one executable.
Last time I was dealing with C++ and IDEs it was difficult to
manage a project that created a lot of little executables.
I'll play around with it and see where I get. Thank you.
-- Alan Gutierrez - alan_at_[hidden]
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