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c++.wxwindows - change defule output folder

reply Carramba <no-pam next.org> writes:
hi!

how do I change in dmc thatthe output folder (after compilation) would by  
off my chois?
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Jul 05 2004
parent reply Arjan Knepper <arjan ask.me> writes:
Carramba wrote:
 
 hi!
 
 how do I change in dmc thatthe output folder (after compilation) would 
 by  off my chois?

Using the IDDE? Right click on the project -> click 'Settings...' -> choose the 'Directories' tab and change the settings for 'Compiler Output Directory' and 'Target Output Directory' Using the commandline? use the -o<outputfile> flag (Be aware there must NOT be a space between the 'o' and '<outputfile> )! Arjan
Jul 05 2004
parent reply Carramba <no-pam next.org> writes:
thanx!

but if there a way (Iam using command line) to make specific directory  
defult output dir?



On Mon, 05 Jul 2004 15:07:15 +0200, Arjan Knepper <arjan ask.me> wrote:

 Carramba wrote:
  hi!
  how do I change in dmc thatthe output folder (after compilation) would  
 by  off my chois?

Using the IDDE? Right click on the project -> click 'Settings...' -> choose the 'Directories' tab and change the settings for 'Compiler Output Directory' and 'Target Output Directory' Using the commandline? use the -o<outputfile> flag (Be aware there must NOT be a space between the 'o' and '<outputfile> )! Arjan

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Jul 05 2004
parent reply Cesar Rabak <crabak acm.org> writes:
Use a Makefile with all the flags, macros, etc. of your choice.


Carramba escreveu:
 thanx!
 
 but if there a way (Iam using command line) to make specific directory  
 defult output dir?
 
 
 
 On Mon, 05 Jul 2004 15:07:15 +0200, Arjan Knepper <arjan ask.me> wrote:
 
 Carramba wrote:

  hi!
  how do I change in dmc thatthe output folder (after compilation) 
 would  by  off my chois?

Using the IDDE? Right click on the project -> click 'Settings...' -> choose the 'Directories' tab and change the settings for 'Compiler Output Directory' and 'Target Output Directory' Using the commandline? use the -o<outputfile> flag (Be aware there must NOT be a space between the 'o' and '<outputfile> )! Arjan


Jul 05 2004
parent Ilya Minkov <minkov cs.tum.edu> writes:
Cesar Rabak schrieb:

 Use a Makefile with all the flags, macros, etc. of your choice.

I frankly don't know why people post such "answers" which say totally nothing. -eye
Aug 03 2004