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reply Frank Benoit <keinfarbton googlemail.com> writes:
Hi

I try Descent with Eclipse 3.5 on linux gtk.
To build i use a rake file, which calls dsss, which calls rebuild, which
calls dmd.
Now when i get errors in the console, is there a way to make descent
recognize the error messages from dmd/rebuild?

Frank
Aug 27 2009
parent reply Ary Borenszweig <ary esperanto.org.ar> writes:
Frank Benoit escribió:
 Hi
 
 I try Descent with Eclipse 3.5 on linux gtk.
 To build i use a rake file, which calls dsss, which calls rebuild, which
 calls dmd.
 Now when i get errors in the console, is there a way to make descent
 recognize the error messages from dmd/rebuild?
 
 Frank

You can name the rake file like one of these: dsss, rebuild, dmd, gdc, ldc, gdmd, bud, xfBuild. (.exe, .bat, no extension, whatever) That's a workaround. I hope to make a real incremental builder one day. :)
Aug 27 2009
parent reply Frank Benoit <keinfarbton gmail.com> writes:
Ary Borenszweig Wrote:

 Frank Benoit escribió:
 You can name the rake file like one of these: dsss, rebuild, dmd, gdc, 
 ldc, gdmd, bud, xfBuild.
 
 (.exe, .bat, no extension, whatever)
 
 That's a workaround. I hope to make a real incremental builder one day. :)

I work on Linux (Ubuntu 8.10). There Eclipse does not accept a tool without the absolute path. Even if it is in $PATH. Unfortunately the error do not show up in the problems view. Is it because the prepended path?
Sep 04 2009
parent Ary Borenszweig <ary esperanto.org.ar> writes:
Frank Benoit wrote:
 Ary Borenszweig Wrote:
 
 Frank Benoit escribió:
 You can name the rake file like one of these: dsss, rebuild, dmd, gdc, 
 ldc, gdmd, bud, xfBuild.

 (.exe, .bat, no extension, whatever)

 That's a workaround. I hope to make a real incremental builder one day. :)

I work on Linux (Ubuntu 8.10). There Eclipse does not accept a tool without the absolute path. Even if it is in $PATH. Unfortunately the error do not show up in the problems view. Is it because the prepended path?

The external tools and the problems view are not linked. You will only see errors in the console and will be able to jump to them from there. That's why I want to do an integrated builder. :-P (but probably won't for a long time...)
Sep 04 2009