From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-05-11 10:49:43
John Reid wrote:
> Vladimir Prus wrote:
>> Precisely. If lexer.gl was a target, it would be built with
>> <antlr-name>SimpleLexer. Since it's just a file, there's nothing to
>> build, and therefore <antlr-name>SimpleLexer is not used.
> Ok. What is the easiest way to specify this feature for each source file?
If you have a library that includes just single gl file, then what you've shown
lib antlr_lib : lexer.gl : <antlr-name>SimpleLexer ;
seems fine to me. If you have several files, then...
> Can I do something like what is described in "How to change compilation
> flags for one file?"
either the above, but with 'cpp' as the target kind:
cpp lexer : lexer.gl : : <antlr-name>SimpleLexer ;
cpp lexer2 : lexer2.gl : : <antlr-name>SimpleLexer2 ;
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