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General => General Programming => Topic started by: simona on October 28, 2008, 07:23:54 am

Title: How does slickedit generates the makefile
Post by: simona on October 28, 2008, 07:23:54 am
Hello
I am using the Slickedit on Linux. I would like to know what are the command line that clickedit use to generate the make file, in order to bulit my project out of slickedit ?

Thanks in advance
Simona
Title: Re: How does slickedit generates the makefile
Post by: Graeme on October 30, 2008, 07:43:33 am
I am using the Slickedit on Linux. I would like to know what are the command line that clickedit use to generate the make file, in order to bulit my project out of slickedit ?

This might not help but try turning macro recording on (macro menu -> record macro), then execute some of the commands you're doing with the GUI to build a project or whatever, then stop macro recording and when the "save macro" dialog comes up, click EDIT and take a look at the source code that's been generated.  It might show you some macro commands you can use to automate whatever you're trying to do.  You can fire up slick to run a macro and then shut down - see invocation options in the help and the -p option.

Graeme