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ctd 151-4 and cdk

Post by Josef Müller » 04 May 2006, 21:02

 Posted by:  Josef Müller 

how can i tell my app, that the #include shall also be scanned?

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ctd 151-4 and cdk

Post by Jeff Luther » 04 May 2006, 21:11

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You need to write some looping code which keeps a list of all includes
and for each include reads that in.

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ctd 151-4 and cdk

Post by Sepp » 05 May 2006, 13:15

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hallo Jeff,
would it not be easier to do a MERGE before all my scanning?
I do not need the names of the #include-Files.
TIA

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Post by Jeff Luther » 05 May 2006, 16:43

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Easier? It would be if you wanted to merge, I guess. Josef didn't
mention merging below, though, and I've never programmed with anyone
who want to combine his/her APLs into 1 file. Keeping them separate
is one of the main features of maintaining APLs in the 1st place.

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Post by Dave Rabelink » 05 May 2006, 18:46

THere are some reasons why i use merging :

- To create a source file and store it along with the production
runtime version to have a backup (when no version management tool is
used) to be sure the production version can be bug-fixed using the
exact source it was build from the start.
- When scanning with CDK, when a library includes a dynalib but it can
not be found while scanning, CDK crashes. When a merged APT/APP is
used it does not (at least here with me).
- For quick opening a source, the merged file is just a temp. way to
get more performance in reading it in when just browsing the code (so
no edits).

Sepp

ctd 151-4 and cdk

Post by Sepp » 08 May 2006, 21:14

 Posted by:  Sepp 

Hi folks, hi Jeff,

TNX for always quick and good response.

Dave is right: i only want to MERGE to be able to scan the TEMP-file.

BTW: my nickname is Sepp, i spell Josef Müller

TNX
Sepp

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