[Olsr-dev] eclipse project files

Henning Rogge (spam-protected)
Wed May 9 11:08:44 CEST 2012

On 05/09/2012 10:09 AM, Ferry Huberts wrote:
> Not sure what you mean.
> As you said yourself, olsrd uses an external makefile and I've
> configured eclipse to use that same makefile.

I use different build targets in my CDT settings to work on Linux and 
Win32 compilation. Which means my .cproject file will be different and 
my different copy will be committed to the repository when I push a change.

>> If we put the files in, generating your own configuration becomes more
>> difficult because your changes might be accidentally pushed back into
>> the main repository.
>> Maybe we could put two example files (project/cproject) into the files
>> folder?
> I think this adds no value. My point is that it would be awesome to
> clone and then import in eclipse and be able to start work right away

We could add an extra line into the default makefile that copies both 
files to the main directory if they are not present. This way you have a 
quick way to start with eclipse, but you are not always in danger to 
overwrite the default project settings with your own.

Henning Rogge

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