Kevin Van Vechten
kevin at opendarwin.org
Thu Jan 5 20:19:10 PST 2006
Technically, yes, there is a way. The 'darwinxref loadFiles' command
will parse a text file that contains lost of entries in the following
# BUILD 8F46
So if you have such a text file, you can import that prior to
building anything, and then the darwinxref findFile will work.
(darwinxref exportFiles will export a text file in this format from
an existing darwinxref database).
That being said, I haven't gotten around to distributing these files
yet. I suppose the right thing to do would be to put them up on
opendarwin.org, and automatically download it and loadFiles during
'darwinbuild -init'. Look for that feature in 0.7.3 ;-)
On Jan 5, 2006, at 8:23 AM, Philip Rinehart wrote:
> Is there a way to find a file in a project that you want to build
> with darwinxref *before* you actually build the project, i.e. say
> just after you have initialized the build tree?
> I know you can find the file *after* you have built the project,
> but it would be much more helpful to search for the project prior
> to building.
> Philip Rinehart
> Academic Media & Technology
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> philip.rinehart at yale.edu
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