Author Topic: What does project - Ch mean?  (Read 3921 times)

ahacali

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What does project - Ch mean?
« on: October 20, 2006, 12:41:27 am »
Hello,

When I select Project->New, I get the "New" project dialog box.  In the Project Tab, on the left side, I get a list of Projects.  What does the "Ch"  Project mean.

All I want to do is create a project to contains a list of c / h files.  No C++ or Java files.  Anyway, I can set project / SE properties.  That way, I dont get the click items, tabs specific to Java or C++.

As an example, I am trying to create a project which contains the c and h files from the Linux kernel source tree.

Regards,
Aha.

hs2

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Re: What does project - Ch mean?
« Reply #1 on: October 20, 2006, 09:00:52 am »
Ch is a C/C++ like scripting language -> http://www.softintegration.com.
Quite cool...

Don't care about C or C++. It doesn't matter in Slick.

You may use the 'New Project' dialog to creaty only the 'Project container'.
After that you can setup the Project in 'Project -> Project Properties'.
You can add every kind of file to your project.
The project type just helps to setup some defaults (compiler etc.).

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ahacali

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Re: What does project - Ch mean?
« Reply #2 on: October 20, 2006, 10:55:44 pm »
Hi,

Thank you for your reply.  So, for a project containing C / h files, like Linux kernel serouce code, just create an "empty" project, meaning choose (None) from the Project Tab, and not select any of the others like, "Borland C++...", "Ch", etc..?

Regareds,
Aha.

hs2

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Re: What does project - Ch mean?
« Reply #3 on: October 21, 2006, 06:16:41 am »
Yes - I did it the same way ...
Linux Kernel isn't a standard project (I didn't try the 'GNU C/C++ wizard' yet), so there is no real help using one of these 'templates'.
As mentioned you can setup all details later on (Project Props).

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