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Message-Id: <3.0.16.19971014211737.34f75736@hem1.passagen.se>
Date: Tue, 14 Oct 1997 21:17:39 -0400
To: "Salvador Eduardo Tropea (SET)" <salvador AT inti DOT edu DOT ar>
From: Peter Palotas <blizzar AT hem1 DOT passagen DOT se>
Subject: Re: RHIDE Question.
Cc: djgpp AT delorie DOT com
Mime-Version: 1.0

At 15.24 1997-10-14 +0000, you wrote:
>Peter Palotas <blizzar AT hem1 DOT passagen DOT se> wrote:
>
>> Is there any way to tell the RHIDE in what order to compile the project
>> files. It seems to be sorting them by their name right now, but this might
>> not always be what you want. (Ofcourse you could change the name of the
>> file too, but this isn't a good solution according to me). If there isn't a
>> way to do this, what about implementing it!? 
>
>This was discussed some time ago and nobody was able to show an example (of 
>logic code ;-) that really needs a sequence of compilation/link.
>Why do you want to tell an specific order? I only make a similar thing
when I 
>want to test the compilation of one file without compiling the rest first,
for 
>this there are an option to compile one file.

Well, I think I can give an example. I want to compile a file which outputs
a headerfile (.h). And this file is included in some of the .C* files that
I compile. (Compile might be the wrong work, but anyway... I use some AWK
scripts/programs and CPP to generate a headerfile from several others
anyway, and this has to be created *before* any of the other files are
compiled).

-- Peter Palotas alias Blizzar -- blizzar AT hem1 DOT passagen DOT se --

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